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Festival of Enterprise: Facebook ad strategies to double sales in a month

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Partner Events

Date:

Start: 17 August 2020 12PM

End: 17 August 2020 1PM

Summary:

Social media marketing specialist Olly Whittle reveals how to spot a winning Facebook ad in order to double sales in a single month

During this session look at the strategies behind growing sales with the ads you’re already running. Once you’ve launched ads and started getting sales we’ll dive into the analytics and understand how we spot a winning ad and how we can generate even more sales from it. Covering how to cost effectively increase ad budgets and release new ads, these strategies are currently growing ecommerce stores during a time when people are being more careful with spending.

Speaker: Olly Whittle – Director SWARM Social

Specialist in ecommerce sales growth from Facebook and Instagram advertising handling budgets from £1000 to £1 million

For over 10 years Olly has been working with ecommerce sites to increase sales via their social media profiles and using Facebook and Instagram advertising. Facebook advertising has transformed sales for many of the businesses he has worked with including taking a company from £15K monthly revenue to half a million pounds in 3 months solely from Facebook ads. Over Black Friday and Christmas in 2019 many of his clients experienced a surge in sales and were achieving approximately 900% return on their ad spend using techniques and experience developed from spending over £1 million in advertising budget.

Olly has also created his own ecommerce stores and generated sales using his Facebook ads strategy, launched a mobile payment app BudiPay to help daily contractors in India be paid digitally rather than in cash and is a director of a charity in India that helps young women access education which is funded through purchases made from his own ecommerce stores.

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