How to Optimize Advertising Budgets on Facebook

How to Optimize Advertising Budgets on Facebook

This article originally appeared on t2MarketingInternational.com.

In order to drive positive results from Facebook advertising, it is important that marketers optimize advertising budgets.

Facebook advertising is a hugely useful asset, but it is so easy to see budgets spiral out of control when they are not being properly allocated. In order to truly get the most out of Facebook ads, marketers need to learn how to optimize advertising budgets.

In our latest eBook series, How-to with t2, we cover everything from simple applications to advanced practices in simple, easy to follow steps. In this first issue of the series, we cover the process marketers need to follow in order to optimize advertising budgets on Facebook using t2’s proprietary Incremental Bidding System.

Click here or on the image below to download the eBook today and find out how you can get the most out of your ad budget next time you decide to fun a Facebook ad campaign!

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Corey Padveen

Director of Global Social Business Strategy at t2 Marketing International
Corey Padveen is Google AdWords Certified, Google Analytics Certified, a Certified Inbound Marketer and the Director of Global Social Business Strategy at t2 Marketing International. With an extensive background in econometrics and statistics, he helped pioneer the concepts of Social Equity and ResponsiveBranding. What’s more, he is the primary author of the t2 Marketing International digital business blog, a contributing author to a number of reputable marketing publications including Search Engine Journal and Social Media Today and is a keynote speaker at digital marketing conferences around the world. Corey regularly shares his wealth of knowledge in the realm of digital marketing, data analysis and social media, and their applications to business in the digital age.
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