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The 5 MOST Powerful Facebook Advertising Tips

Based on extensive market research, careful observation, and personally spending over $250,000 in Facebook ads (not to mention an extra half-million dollars my company has managed for clients), here are the 5 most powerful Facebook advertising tips you can learn and profit from today!

You’ll also discover arguably the most costly mistake  marketers and small businesses make when advertising on the social network. Click the play button below to watch.

 

 

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Matthew Loop is an author, speaker, philanthropist, and the highest paid social media revenue strategist in North America. He helps brands, startups, celebrities, and small business owners multiply their influence, impact, and income by harnessing the power of the Internet. Connect with him on Instagram, Twitter and Google+.

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10 Responses to “The 5 MOST Powerful Facebook Advertising Tips”

  1. David Sundy says:

    Optimize press seems amazing. Thank you!

    Dr. Loop, It seems like you have regular product recommendations to help us build our on-line presence. I was wondering if you have or could offer a page where we could find your most recent 3rd party website building product recommendations and such? You could even list them as affiliate links so you get $ credit for your excellent work in recommending the products.

  2. Matthew Loop says:

    Hey Doc… You’re welcome. I’ve tried a lot of things out there… lol. Actually, if you look at one of the tabs on this site, you’ll see “resources.” I’ve listed quite a few tools / resources I personally use. I also offer my 7 Figure Rolodex to private coaching members that has many more.

  3. David Sundy says:

    Thank you sooo much for that page!!! I will use all of your affiliate links so you get the credit $ you dererve for the hard work and for putting this out there for free. As soon as I can, I plan to join one of your coaching programs and stick with it.

    4 years ago I joined DCincome and the work I did using your trainings and tutorials in just two weeks spawned four years of rather steady patient flow. In just two weeks I had increased the numbers in my practice to a comfortable level such that I didn’t feel like putting fouth continued effort with your trainings.

    Now business is slow, and I’m ready to pick up the ball and do it right and to do it consistently, sustainably.

    Thank you for being an inspiration! And, Thank you for still being here!!!

  4. Paul says:

    Hey Matt
    Here \’s one for you. Have you noticed how many fake likes we get when we BOOST a post? They are so obvious. I racked up over 100 likes in a 3-4 day period after I boosted some posts….totally fake. Any experience with this and what have you done about it?

  5. Matthew Loop says:

    Hey Paul… YES!! I’ve noted that ever since Facebook started to curtail organic reach. They are some scheming motherf*ckers. Pardon my language but that’s the best way to describe what they’ve done. They also went through a phase where you couldn’t just promote posts to your own fans.

    My Facebook fan page audience was built with a combination of Facebook ads, email marketing, and organic Facebook posts. Once I started getting a lot of post likes from people in Pakistan, India, etc… I knew something fishy was up.

    Really erks me thinking about it. Incredibly bad business practice.

    I haven’t trusted Facebook in a long time. Ever since they went public, they become desperate to shareholders to make money, sacrificing user experience and hijacking friends / fans.

    The ONLY THING that’s working right now is Facebook ads. I don’t like to spend money with them, I really don’t. However, we’re absolutely killing it. What used to be free is now paid. The average business owner has to be way more strategic.

  6. Alex says:

    Hey doc… Watched your video and thought it was pretty cool. I also read the comment you made about getting them off social media… Have you used something like 22Social to drive traffic to and collect leads? I find that if you send people to a place inside their platform you pay a lot less for click. What do you think?

  7. Matthew Loop says:

    Thanks Alex… We used to find the same thing, in that if you drove traffic back to Facebook, they would reward you with a lower cost per click. From our testing that’s not the case anymore. For the last 8 months we’ve been able to achieve very low cost per clicks to our websites. I always prefer to get people off of the social network onto an email list that we control.

  8. Matt says:

    Hi Matthew,
    We purchased the dinner program through Dr Zaino on your recommendation. We are thinking of using facebook ads to drive people to the type of dinner talks Dr Zaino recommends. Have you seen this work? Any ideas about how we can best go about it?
    Thanks for all the information its great.
    Regards,
    Matt Hodgson

  9. Matthew Loop says:

    Hey Matt… Yes, I have many coaching clients that I’ve shown how to use Facebook ads with dinner talks. The short version is that you’re driving the Facebook traffic to an EventBrite registration page or to one you’ve created. Cost per click on FB ads should be below .33 cents. Registration page should convert at least 5% of visitors to seminar registrants.

  10. Time to put these tips to work! Thanks again Matt!

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