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Facebook™️ Ads Done The Right Way 

Want to reach more customers but don’t know where to begin? Already spending money on Facebook™️ Ads but not getting results? Facebook™️ Ads is a great way to generate revenue for your business, but if not done correctly, you can waste a tonne of money!

I can create campaigns that work, from choosing the correct objective and audiences to initiating funnels to nurture your customers into a conversion.

Why use Facebook Ads?

Facebook Ads are cheaper than traditional media and you can spend as much, or as little, as you like.

You can set budgets in order to limit your spend.

Your audience is nearly 2 billion people, not limited like a newspaper, a magazine or a TV Ad.

Your customers are on Facebook (and Instagram!)

Your competitors are using FB Ads – can you afford to be left behind?

I would highly recommend Melissa at Wildcurrant.

She was so helpful with my FB ads, knowing how and when to tweak them to get my ideal clients convert into a sale.

Mercedes Evans

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I offer essentially a ‘done for you’ service. This involves me getting to know your business, your target customer, and your objectives before developing an advertising plan.

I can execute and manage one-off, short term campaigns, work with you on ongoing projects or build evergreen funnels depending on your industry or niche.


Fees will be based on scale, budget and the number of campaigns you wish to run throughout the month.

I recommend a minimum ad spend of £20 per day for those just getting started with ads, and ideally £800 pcm and upwards for effective testing and optimal results.

However, your ad spend will be based on many variables.

The minimum ad spend for an effective funnel of 3+ ads would be £1500 pcm – but you don’t have to start here!

I will guide you on the suggested ad spend after an initial discovery call.