I was just about to start testing a new batch of ecommerce products when I thought it might be a good idea to just record the process.
People put a lot of thought into selecting the right product. They’re scared of losing money, (I guess we all are to a certain degree), and ‘wasting’ money on campaigns that don’t make any sales.
Here are the spending figures of two of my FaceBook accounts.
Almost $200,000 Spent. $192,839.88 to be exact.
It’s been around 2 years since I’ve been advertising on FaceBook and needless to say I’ve learned a LOT.
If there’s anything Teespring has taught me, it’s to test your socks off!
Whether it’s drop-shipping, Teespring, Affiliate marketing, or any general business venture, spending money to test where your customers head is at is crucial before committing.
I love blogging about the intricate details of my business.
It allows me to show my readers exactly how I do things and hopefully gets people thinking about how they can apply this knowledge to earn some money themselves.
I Set up a batch of 7 products to test with FaceBook advertising.
This post is going to be about the results.