FB Ads -> How to throw your money away ?
If you are spending more than £10 a day on Facebook Ads then listen up ?
Facebook Ads is by far the fastest way to grow your fitness business
It took us just 3 months to reach 100 at our fitness business
We work with other FitPros who do 10, 20, 30 sales a week from Facebook Ads
Facebook Ads is your best marketing friend ?
Yet so, so, so many people get it wrong
When we take on new Facebook Ads Management clients, we tell almost 90% of them to budget for around…..
£5-£10 per day on ads spend
That’s it ?
Here is why
You know when you go to a kids party and there are 100’s of kids everywhere
It’s impossible to have any control
Yet when there is only 2 or 3 of them it’s simple right
This is exactly the same with Facebook Ads
If your cost per lead is say £5, and you spend £10 a day
That 2 leads a day, for you to manage, chase, hold consultations and sign up
But if you start spending £30 a day
Then that’s 6 leads a day
42 leads a week that you will need to chase a minimum of 3-5 times with phone calls, text messages, consultations, no shows, sales, and the induction into your programme
Can you as a sole trainer cope with that many??
I doubt it
Yet so many people will spend £30, £40, £50 a day on ads
Giving them too many leads to handle and are basically just wasting their money
Think about it…. Spend loads and struggle to keep up
Or spend less, give more attention to each one and have an amazing return on investment
The choice is simple right??
Ps… I have just released our most in-depth Facebook Ads Lead Generation course inside the FitPro Portal ?
I recorded a video to show you inside the FREE Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1238186096304055/permalink/2388588477930472/
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