I have $100 to test FB ads... what should I do?

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As a new dropshipper, I have definitely had a difficult time.  I have spent quite a bit of $$ marketing some failing products and am only left with $100 in my advertising budget.  From what I can tell, I think this last product should be better than the others I have tested. 

 

I would really like advice from an experienced dropshipper on exactly how they would use this $100 to test and get some sales for the product.  If the testing starts going extremely well, I can extend the budget if need be.

 

My site is https://www.spoiledpupps.com/

Thanks in advance to everyone that responds!

 

- Neil

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Don't waste your money Neil. $100 is not enough for a test and your store looks like an average drop ship store. Odds are you won't get any sales with your $100 as people can easily need 2 or 3 visits before coming. $100 won't cover that.

We help ecommerce brands create, manage and scale profitable PPC campaigns across North America, Europe and Australia. We also help with CRO & analytics: TakeSomeRisk.com
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What budget would you recommend?  $100 is just a self-imposed budget and isn't concrete for me.  Also, do you have any recommendation to make the store beyond average?  Thanks a lot for the advice.

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Budget will depend on your audience size. You could easily need a few thousand dollars. Change all your product image to have a consistent look and feel. Right now they are a dead giveaway for a drop ship store. Everyone has the same images.

We help ecommerce brands create, manage and scale profitable PPC campaigns across North America, Europe and Australia. We also help with CRO & analytics: TakeSomeRisk.com
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You should not waste time and money anymore because you do not have the business knowledge you have spent a large amount of money running ads, until you have only $ 100 left you still want to bet. Even if you have a business knowledge, the amount of advertising runs is much larger than the $ 100 figure you have

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Alright.  Thank you all.  The ultimate purpose of this site was to teach me about the whole process and business in general.  Is $2000 an average on how much you need to test before getting any results?  I have always heard that if you spend more than $200 marketing a single product, you should move onto another product.  Is this incorrect?

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