3-Bucket Strategy to Exponentially Scale Facebook Ad Campaigns

If you gave Facebook a dollar and got $1.18 in return…

…you’d give Facebook as many dollars as possible, right?

This is what we call “scaling.”

And believe it or not, it’s the single most challenging aspect of any traffic campaign.

Because unfortunately, just because a campaign is successful with a budget of, say, $10 a day…

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6 Ways to Get Rapid Engagement with Your Fans and Followers

Everyone’s addicted to it.

You can’t go anywhere without seeing it.

And love it or hate it…

It’s here to stay.

What am I referring to?

Social media, of course!

It’s no secret that people are buried in their phones on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, etc., while they’re stopped at a light, at the park with their kids, at dinner, in the waiting room at the dentist, even while driving down the road!


Social media is the modern obsession.

People are utterly consumed with documenting their lives and posting “selfies” and opinions all over social media, every single hour of every single day.

Now, if all of this makes you cringe…

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Six Factors to Create Higher Converting Campaigns on Facebook

The profit formula is simple:

Revenue minus costs.

And in this post, I’m going to explain how you can decrease your costs and increase your revenue using Facebook adverting in a HIGHLY profitable way for your business.

Now, if you don’t know me, I’ve spent hundreds of thousands of dollars profitably running Facebook ads, so I know a thing or two about how to optimize campaigns.

And no matter what type of business or opportunity you’re promoting…

This post is for you, if you…

a.) want to pay less for every new lead and customer, and

b.) are either currently using Facebook to build your organization, or want to get started immediately (which, needless to say, I think is a pretty good idea).

Okay, so you might already know that…

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The Top Facebook Ads of 2015

Data doesn’t lie.

And when you’re buying traffic, you always need to make decisions by looking at your numbers.

It’s numbers and metrics (not guesses or “hunches”), which allow you to constantly improve your methods and maximize your results.

The trouble is, you don’t always know which metrics you should pay attention to, what baseline to compare your numbers against, to and how to interpret your results.

This post will help.

We’ve had a pretty good year here at EMP, particularly when it comes to our Facebook advertising.

And today I’m going to share the metrics and results of our top paid Facebook ads we ran in 2015.

First, a quick note about what *type* of advertising strategy we use…

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