[FREE LESSON] How much do Facebook Ads cost?

[FREE LESSON] Get the FORMULA for how to calculate how much you can spend for a lead on Facebook Ads & still generate PROFIT!


How much should you pay for a lead on Facebook? If you're acquiring leads at $3 each, is that a good result? What about $50/lead?

Questions like these can be daunting. And what sucks most is that there's no one-size-fits-all answer.

But not knowing what results you should aim for is yet another obstacle on your way to growth. You can't exactly spend your hard-earned money promoting your business with Facebook Ads if you don't even know what results to aim for.

"What can I expect? How much does it cost to advertise on Facebook?"

When I travel to conferences, I get that question a lot. And I finally have a comprehensive answer that I can share with you.

I don’t want you to aimlessly wander in this landscape called Facebook Advertising. I want you to have the knowledge that will allow you to quickly assess the performance of your ads and to make much-needed adjustments, whether that’s optimization of your ad sets, scaling back on your campaigns, or increasing your investment.

That's why I'm sharing something special with you today.

The students of The Science of Facebook Ads were thrilled when I launched this lesson.

But they weren't the only ones that were excited. This happened even when I announced the lesson:

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Everyone wants to know how much it'll cost him to advertise and generate quality leads and purchases with Facebook Ads. That's why I made this lesson PUBLIC. And I'm sharing it with you today.

After watching the lesson you'll know:

  • What an ideal cost per click is,

  • How much you should spend for a lead,

  • THE FORMULA for how to calculate and personalize the maximum amount your business can spend for a lead,

  • How to set up your Custom Conversions in a way that Facebook automatically tracks the ROI and optimizes your ads for profit.

You can access the lesson here.

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