The Entrepreneur Forum | Financial Freedom | Starting a Business | Motivation | Money | Success

949 newsletter subscribers for $0.44 per sub with Instagram Ads

Learn how to build wealth and win financial freedom the Fastlane way!

Say "NO" to mediocre living rife with jobs, ascetic frugality, and suffocating savings rituals— learn how to build a Fastlane business that pays both freedom and lifestyle affluence. Join more than 70,000 entrepreneurs who are making it happen.
Join for FREE Today
Get the books
Remove ads? Join Fastlane INSIDERS
(Registration removes this block)
Social media marketing, advertising, and growth

gunhol

New Contributor
Read Fastlane!
May 6, 2019
26
11
Or,

«The lazy mans way to killer results with Instagram stories»

Whether as an entrepreneur or employee/freelancer, you'll always provide food on the table with this skill.

Dont spend $997 on a course, heres a free step-by-step guide to Facebook/Instagram ads.

1/

Have a great product.

Everything else comes second.

2/

Define your audience.

Define gender, age and location of your target audience. Nothing else - let the pixel do the rest (at least in beginning).

3/

Create native-looking visuals.

Based on your audience, how would a normal story look like in their feed?

Where do they hang out? Thats your photo.

How do they talk? Thats your copy.

What are they interested in? Thats your product.

3.1/

Keep this in mind:

Create Instagram stories, not ads.

4/

Launch multiple creatives.

Create mutliple ads with different photos, different copy etc.

5/

Launch ads with CBO

Turn on Campaign Budget Optimization to define what creative produces best results and automatically give that ad the most spend.

Voila, you just created a killer ad.

Bonus thought/

I’ve created many ads over the years, but I always get best results when I Keep It Stupid Simple.

I tweet about this stuff over at https://twitter.com/holmisthename
 
Don't like ads? Remove them while supporting the forum: Subscribe to Fastlane Insiders.

MJ DeMarco

I followed the science; all I found was money.
Staff member
FASTLANE INSIDER
EPIC CONTRIBUTOR
Read Rat-Race Escape!
Read Fastlane!
Read Unscripted!
Summit Attendee
Speedway Pass
Jul 23, 2007
34,217
133,488
Utah
Pardon my ignorance, but paying $417 for 949 subscribers is a good value?

Seems like a high price to pay in a non-revenue bearing activity.

$417 for 949 customers is spectacular... but I don't know how many newbies can afford to pay $417,000 for a home grown list of 1M.
 

gunhol

New Contributor
Read Fastlane!
May 6, 2019
26
11
Pardon my ignorance, but paying $417 for 949 subscribers is a good value?

Seems like a high price to pay in a non-revenue bearing activity.

$417 for 949 customers is spectacular... but I don't know how many newbies can afford to pay $417,000 for a home grown list of 1M.
Valid thought. The industry average value of a newsletter subscriber is $1 per month. So a subscriber bought at 0.44 can yield $12 per year
 

Post New Topic

Please SEARCH before posting.
Please select the BEST category.

Post new topic

Latest Posts

New Topics

Fastlane Insiders

View the forum AD FREE.
Private, unindexed content
Detailed process/execution threads
Ideas needing execution, more!

Join Fastlane Insiders.

Must Read Books...

Explore books recommended by MJ DeMarco and other members of the Fastlane entrepreneurial community.
Fastlane Bookstore
Top