Case Study: Tattoo Removal Facebook & Google Ad Campaign

Case Study: Tattoo Removal Facebook & Google Ad Campaign

Advertising on Google and Facebook isn’t about luck. It’s about having the right structure in place to capture sales or leads, and being able to measure the results – instantly. 

It doesn’t really matter what kind of business you have, the structure of the campaign is always the same. 

In this video, we’ve set up a campaign for a laser tattoo removal clinic. It happens to be in Sydney, but it could be anywhere. At the time this was recorded, the campaign had been running only four days – but it’s producing good, consistent results already. 

Click the button below the video if you’d like to know more about advertising on Facebook and Google. 

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