Free Facebook Advertising Tutorials

“How do I get new clients?”

That’s the number one question on pretty much every massage therapist’s mind.

There are dozens and dozens of ways to get new clients. The problem is to choosing the most effective strategies, that is the strategies that get new clients in your door without costing you a ridiculous amount of money or time.

I’ve been a big proponent of the “Give to Get” strategy for ages because it’s super simple and has dramatically transformed the lives of so many BodyworkBiz subscribers over the years. If you want a refresher or aren’t familiar with the concept, attend my free World Massage Conference webinar “60 Clients in 60 Days” on Tuesday, March 24th at 9pm ET. On that broadcast I’ll also tell you how you can get the “60 Clients in 60 Days” book for only 99 cents. (Yes, it’s taken longer than I expected. Sorry about that.)

Is there anything else that works? Traditional advertising is pretty much dead, but some types on online advertising, like Facebook ads, can be extremely effective. You can take a look at this case study as an example.

There are a lot of great things about advertising on Facebook. A couple in particular:

  1. It’s “Pay per Click” advertising. You only pay when someone clicks on your ad, so you are really only paying for results.
  2. You can target who the ad is seen by with incredible granularity. For example, I could run a ad that is only seen by married female runners between the ages of 25 and 50 who live within a 5 mile radius of my clinic.
  3. It’s easy to do. You basically fill in a four-step form to create your ad.

How do you do it? I’ve created videos about this that are available for the people that have purchased the Retirement Sale package, but these were just an overview.

For some easy to understand, but comprehensive tutorials, check out this course: 

https://lptraining.leadpages.net/facebookadvertising/

fbadsystemThis course is free. No catches. You don’t even have to sign up or give up your email address. It involves about four hours of video training, so I would suggest you set aside two full mornings and go through the entire course. As you watch the videos, open up your Facebook account and set up a couple test ads for yourself.

I would suggest you set up a page on your website with a special offer (this is called a landing page) that you send people to from your ad. Run an ad for a week. Keep your ad spend low: Maybe $20 to $50 total. Then track your results to determine your return on investment. For example, let’s assume that your average client purchases $500 of massage over their buying lifetime with you. If you spend $50 and get one new client then your return on investment is 10:1 ($500:$50). That 1000% return on investment.

So set aside some time to try some ads over the next month and come back to this blog post to tell us about your results or tell us what happened in the BodyworkBiz Facebook group.

Eric
Eric Brown of BodyworkBiz (an online massage business resource) also owns Thermal Palms, Relax to the Max, World Massage Conference and Massage Therapy Radio. Sign up for the free BodyworkBiz massage marketing newsletter at http://bodyworkbiz.com/newsletter.php
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