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Facebook Ads Made Simple

Are you frustrated with trying to figure out how to use Facebook Ads for your business? You know you should go beyond the boosted post but you aren’t sure how to navigate the Facebook Ads manager and you don’t want to waste money with the wrong tactics. Facebook Ads Made Simple is a book for business owners and marketers who want to learn the right way to approach their Facebook Ad campaigns.

You will learn how to develop a Facebook Ad strategy and then easily create Facebook ads that match your goals. Next you will get the step-by-step instructions to create powerful Facebook ads in an hour or less. Andrea Vahl is the co-author of Facebook Marketing-All-in-One for Dummies and she lives and breathes Facebook ads. She’s trained thousands of business owners how to use Facebook ads to grow their business and has run campaigns for all different types of businesses.

Advance Praise for Facebook Ads Made Simple:

“Andrea Vahl has been a Facebook pro since the beginning. She’s takes the complex topic of Facebook ads and makes it easy to understand. That’s why she’s been teaching at Social Media Marketing World since the start. If you want to master Facebook ads, pick up this book. You won’t regret it.”

Michael Stelzner

Founder of Social Media Examiner

“You’ve been told you need to advertise on Facebook but where do you start?

There are a lot of ways you can waste your money on Facebook like boosting bad posts, wrong targeting, bad optimization but luckily Andrea Vahl has you covered. In this book, Facebook Ads Made Simple, she not only walks you through the best tactics and strategies but tells you WHY Facebook Ads work the way they do so you can make the best decisions for your business.

I highly recommend this book for anyone looking to get the best results from their Facebook Ads!”

Larry Kim

“Running Facebook ads without reading this guide is like making an omelette without turning on a stove: it’s doable, but you’re setting yourself up for sadness, frustration, and time-wasting. Before you spend one more penny with Facebook, please learn from Andrea Vahl.”

Jay Baer