What makes an expert in facebook advertising? Discussion

by tomkr
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Hello,

I would like to ask you: What makes an expert in facebook advertising? Where lies the difference between someone who has average results and someone who has extraordinary results?

I'm asking this question because I'm a newbie and I believe the answers will help me to steer in the right direction with learning the craft. And hopefully many others who read it will also benefit.

Have a good day,
Tom
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  • Profile picture of the author wrcato2
    When you know why an ad fails and why others succeed. When you can accomplish this then you will be an expert.
    just stating you're an FB Ad expert doesn't necessarily mean people will believe you. If you demonstrate that you're an expert,show them why certain ads succeed and certain ads fail, and perhaps by providing them with solutions to their problems, people will come to see you as the expert... and then they will trust you, and like you. Then they will buy from you.

    Hope this helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by tomkr View Post

    Hello,

    I would like to ask you: What makes an expert in facebook advertising? Where lies the difference between someone who has average results and someone who has extraordinary results?

    I'm asking this question because I'm a newbie and I believe the answers will help me to steer in the right direction with learning the craft. And hopefully many others who read it will also benefit.

    Have a good day,
    Tom



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  • Profile picture of the author tomkr
    Thank you for the answers guys.

    @yukon
    I think this article has little to do with paid advertising on FB, as they grew almost 100% organically, but still, I found it very valuable. Different points of view and different approaches to things are always valuable. Thank you.

    @wrcato2 This is good insight. I think that there is other side of the coin to it. It is that you should never be too certain of what you think you know and therefore constantly test the assumptions, tweak the ads, A/B test, to see what works and what doesn't. Would you agree on that?

    Maybe I will reframe the question: What is critical to focus on if I want to become good as fast as possible?
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