Dear Business Builder,
If you would like to know a FAST, simple and guaranteed way to truly explode your sales with Google Ads beyond all belief!
Then this will be the most exciting message you'll ever read.
Over the last 24 months, our team has spent over $23 million dollars on Google Ads...
Here's the proof:
And we've done this in over 1067 different industries and niches...
Using that $23 million to generate:
1,351,065,352 impressions14,873,388 clicks547,910 conversions
...And most importantly, help our clients generate $7.8 billion in sales!
All with ads. (very good ads).
Because look, when you spend that kinda money on ads - across so many different industries - you learn a lot.
About exactly what works, and what doesn't.
Not theoretically what works, from some YouTube tutorials and courses.
Or from some guru with a bunch of "theories" pretending to be an "expert".
I'm talkin' about NO-BS, battle-tested strategies from the frontlines of turning advertising into profit.
From a team who knows what it means to have to make campaigns profitable - because they've got a payroll to meet.
And listen, if you've been running ads for any length of time, this probably sounds familiar...
Very Time You Increase Your Budget CPLs and CPAs Skyrocket
ROAS drops through the floor…Your once winning campaigns simply shit the bed.And your bank account is left screaming for mercy.While you’re left yelling at the sky…
“How is this possible?!”
Because your agency told you to “scale” your spend?But now you’re second-guessing them…
So you hired a new business coach.
You found em’ on TheGumTree or Craiglist, right next to the iguanas and used fitness equipment.They’re totally legit.And even they can’t seem to make sense of all this.So they tell you to invest in a new logo and start building a “personal brand”.*gasp*
All this makes you wanna tear your hair out and throw your MacBook out the window.
So, you pull back on ad spend, because your ROI is non-existent and your credit card is having a heart attack.
This all means that…."
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It's stories like these that (almost) make our eyes sweat.
Okay, enough of that... let's talk about the actual ads...