Lesson 22 – Facebook Ads Training (Video 4)

Here’s the 4th and final instalment in our Facebook Ads Training series.

In this video, you’ll get a full look inside my new Facebook ads accounts and see:

* what makes a good ad,

* how to improve clickthrough rates (CTR)

* my new take on landing pages

* and more


For those of you promoting Eating for Energy and would like to send traffic to either the Raw Food 101 or How to Double Your Energy in 48 Hours (or Less) funnels, you can use the following hoplinks:

Raw Food 101:


How to Double Your Energy in 48 Hours (or Less)


* Remember to replace the ‘xxxxxx’ with your CB nickname.

NOTE: Clickbank will track your leads (thanks to their cookie system) and as long as they convert to sales within 60 days you’ll be credited with commissions for the sales.

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3 Responses to Lesson 22 – Facebook Ads Training (Video 4)

  1. Jonathan says:

    Thanks for making this Facebook series! I started using FB ads a couple weeks ago and have made about $600 in sales so far (about $250 profit).. Some of my ads are getting 0.3 and better CTR, but mostly between 0.1 and 0.25 …I find that targeting a smaller audience (20,000 average) at a time and having a call to action in my ads helps a lot. ..I have over 100 current ads created and most of them are active so I can test to see which ones are performing the best with about a $2.00 – $3.00 budget on each one (and then raising the budget on the better performing ones.) …One problem I ran into is that some of them don’t seem to be showing for an unknown reason…even after raising the daily budget and bid price. Also…another pointer – if you make multiple ads targeting specific age groups (such as age 35-40) ..you can see which demographic is responding the best.

  2. Jonathan says:

    Oh yeah…I also forgot to mention, I’m paying 18 cents a click on average. So take Yuri’s advice when he says that you need to split test. ..and target specific (e.g. age 35-40) and small (20,000 – 30,000)! It’s a little more work and time to make and maintain those ads, but it’s also more money.

  3. Nico Titus says:

    Thanks alot the video was very helpful on how to advertise with facebook.

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