How Much Do You Really Need to Spend on Facebook to See Profits?

How Much Do You Really Need to Spend on Facebook to See Profits?

In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Scott Oldford talks about how you can make Facebook ads work for your business, depending on your goals and budget. Olford estimates that, to achieve any profit, you should try to get one person out of 100 potentials. This means you should aim to get one person to buy a product online out of 100 people. If the focus of your business or the geographic area of your business is too niche, this may be time to reevaluate your marketing strategy. Oldford recommends always thinking with reason and avoiding falling into the trap of "hope marketing." Click play on the video to hear more about advertising with Facebook. Entrepreneur Network is a premium video network providing entertainment, education and inspiration from successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders. We provide expertise and opportunities to accelerate brand growth and effectively monetize video and audio content distributed across all digital platforms for the business genre. EN is partnered with hundreds of top YouTube channels in the business vertical. Click here to become a part of this growing video network.

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Scott Oldford talks about how you can make Facebook ads work for your business, depending on your goals and budget. Managing the finances of your business is part and parcel to running ad campaigns. Olford estimates that, to achieve any profit, you should try to get one person out of 100 potentials. This means you should aim to get one person to buy a product online out of 100 people. To see results from your marketing, you should aim to spend 10-15 percent of your budget.

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