I am back with another quick tip episode. These episodes have tips or strategies you can use to help you grow your online business so you can have a bigger impact and increase your revenue in the process.
Do you want to test your ads without sinking a ton of money into them?
Today we’re talking about optimizing one of the three key pillars of becoming an optimized CEO. As a reminder, the three pillars are optimized mindset, optimized sales and marketing, and optimized systems and processes.
We’re focusing on the optimized sales and marketing pillar by talking about how to test Facebook and Instagram ads on the cheap.
You’ll learn how to leverage some of the concepts we have been covering in the last few episodes to inexpensively test your Facebook and Instagram ads.
I’d love to hear your feedback if you’ve tried the strategies we talk about in this episode, so send me a DM over on Instagram @rickmulready.
If you want to learn how to create engaging content with unique messaging that creates demand for your product, builds profitable connections with your audiences, and forces you to stand out within a crowded niche, I have something for you! Do you remember my buddy Brandon Lucero? He has a free video series coming out on March 1st called The Content Revolution Video Series that you’re going to want to check out. You can register at www.rickmulready.com/4x.
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How to Create Messaging That Stands Out with Brandon Lucero (Part I)
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