Dave Granfield: Hey, mate. How are you going? Jay Janus: Good. How are you going? Dave Granfield: Probably better than you. How’s your week been? Jay Janus: Been busy. It’s been good. A lot of things are happening in the industry at the moment, so working hard to keep on
2 Questions to ask an Agency. Google bidding strategies you should be using for e-commerce. Dave Granfield: Agency Guys. Welcome back. This is the middle of December 2020. We kind of took a hiatus on podcasts and blogs because we got too busy, but we’re back now. Dean Barker: Welcome
How the Digital Marketing Landscape Changed: Dave Granfield: So, All right. I feel like it’s been a little while since this has happened. It’s good to be back in producing a little bit of content and you’re not Jay. No. Who are you? James Staunton: I’m James, the sales guy
This Brisbane Car Dealership sold brand new cars by having potential clients connecting through their Facebook ads and messenger bots.
Look, is Facebook advertising really worth it in 2019. A lot has changed in the last 12 months. While traditionally Facebook advertising spend has been some of the lowest forms of advertising bang for your buck that you can do things are slowly changing. In 2019 Facebook advertising still really is worth it but you have to be careful where you spending your budget.
The ultimate question that it must always boil down to is this… “What is my Customer Acquisition Cost and how does it measure against my Customers Lifetime Value?”. Surprisingly there is a large number of business owners who do not…
Have you ever stopped and thought about what your customers, clients or potential leads experience when they visit your website or eCommerce Store? …Facebook has.
The shift from traditional to digital media consumption isn’t something that “is” going to happen, it has already happened and is growing exponentially faster each day. In order to reach me or people like me with your marketing and advertising, you need to do so using the mediums that I consume, via digital marketing.
“Friends of” lets you target people who are friends of people who already like your page, who have already engaged with your business somehow, or are even your customers already. It is a hyper-targeting feature that is highly successful and lets you find your very own moshpit of Norwegian Death Metal fans without throwing money at diluted marketing attempts.