As a company, we invest quite a bit of money every month on Facebook Ads.  Why?  Because 95%  of our business is driven through Facebook Ads and so this is an area we have a lot of expertise in.

With that being said, today we’re going to cover The 4 Ingredients of a High Converting Facebook Ad.

I want you to understand that it is very important that you build and acquire the skill of Facebook Advertising turning ads into profit.  This is probably the most important piece of your business’s engine.

The cool thing about Facebook ads is that once you understand how to do it, then it becomes math and psychology.

The 4 Ingredients of a high converting Facebook Ad are:

1.  Identify the problem

2.   Agitate the problem

3.   Introduce a solution

4.   Use a show stopping image

Watch this episode as I walk you through each of the 4 ingredients and if you’d like our guidance with running Facebook Ads, go to

In This Episode I discuss:

00:00 -04:00 – Introducing Today’s Topic

04:00 – 05:35 -Addressing One Big Frustration Of Your Target Audience

05:35 – 11:19 – Agitating The Problem

11:19 – 12:35 – Introduce A Solution

12:35 – 17:04 -Using an image that stands out

17:04 – 20:15 – Summary and Wrap Up With Yuri


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What You Missed

n our last episode, we talked about 2 Criteria To Help You Identify Better Ideas.

When planning your business goals, it’s important to be able to decipher which is a good and which is a waste of time.

The criteria you want to filter everything through is impact and ease.  When considering a new idea to implement, does the idea have a big impact or a beneficial impact on the business and is it easy to implement.

What you want to avoid are low impact ideas that are difficult to implement.

You want to lean into people who have domain experience and expertise with what you’re looking to achieve so that they can help advise and guide you on the pros and cons of your ideas.

If you missed this episode, you can catch the full scoop right here: 2 Criteria To Help You Identify Better Ideas.