Facebook ads can be tough, especially as a beginner to the ecommerce space. Some of you may be getting tons of views but no sales, or may just be getting started.
So what I would like to do is help a select few with their Facebook ads so you can finally get the balling rolling and the sales coming in. I am looking for people that are serious about starting an ecommerce business and have the funds to actually pay for the marketing.
If this interested you comment down below!
Stan here, I'm an 84YO "newbie" whose been trying to figure it out for the last 18months.
I've been told by many Gurus from Shopify I have a nice looking store and I have been getting
appx. 2-300 hits a day , BUT very few sales. I've tried advertising on Facebook, Instagram, Google
Pinterest etc. BUT still can't figure out what I'm doing wrong or even right?
Wondering if you can help this old guy determine where the problem is and how I can (or if I)
can resolve it.
Stan I checked out your store, please message me on Facebook so we can talk more I definitely see some issues. https://www.facebook.com/jesse.carr.583
Just checked your store out and it is in a very good niche and noticed a few things that could use some work. Please message me on Facebook so we can chat more. https://www.facebook.com/jesse.carr.583
I would absolutely love to have a chat with you about marketing strategies. I have recently (a few weeks ago) launched my first product and I made a couple of hundred dollars in sales. Right now, I've hit a dry spell. It seems like the initial "super fans" who love the product have purchased it as soon as it released, but now I'm left trying to sell to people who require a strong pitch in order to become paying customers.
I'm actually an Enterprise and Entrepnrourshipp student at university, so I have been applying what I have been learning to try to make consistent sales, and I have a couple of theories that could explain why I seem to be having a hard time selling right now. I would really like to hear your thoughts!
I have been running Instagram and Reddit ads, but I'm operating in a SUPER small niche, so the only way that I have found to show display my ads to the right people is by retargeting people who have interacted with my Insta profile. I think part of the problem is that the pool of people that I can retarget is too small as my brand is super new. I have a couple of ideas relating to how I can overcome this issue too, but again, I would get a lot of value from discussing it!
Jacke53 If you dont mind let's chat on Facebook so you can tell me a bit more about whats going on. Message me here.. https://www.facebook.com/jesse.carr.583
Everyone please message me on Facebook, it is easier to communicate on there. You can find my Facebook here...
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