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Friday, February 9 • 10:30am - 11:30am
How To Unleash the Power of Facebook Ads Limited
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This session will be led by Anthony Sarandrea, founder of Siteflood, an award winning internet marketing agency. With many years of experience under his belt, Anthony will be going over how to advertise on Facebook to maximize the potential of your business. Anthony will teach you how to cut through the noise on Facebook in order to define your customer, and he’ll discuss the biggest do’s and don’ts of running Facebook ads. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of Facebook advertising and how to make your content work for the platform. 
Key Takeaways:

  • How to cut through the noise and stand out on Facebook
  • How to properly run and scale Facebook campaigns
  • Learn about the biggest don’ts that cost companies millions
  • How to write effective ad copy & target the right audience for maximum impact 
  • How to leverage Facebook’s tools instead of being overwhelmed by them
  • How to incorporate Facebook into your sales funnel

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Anthony Sarandrea

Anthony Sarandrea is an entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and philanthropist. He graduated from Notre Dame Preparatory in Scottsdale, AZ and received a business management degree from Arizona State University. Anthony runs a profitable portfolio of websites ranging from eCommerce to content blogs, without ever raising outside funds. He bootstrapped his way into building a large digital advertising agency, SiteFlood LLC. His advertising agency currently managers $10 million+ per year in ad spend. Anthony was recently recognized by Forbes as one of the "Top References for Marketing Trends in 2016”, Inc Magazine as the top branding consultant in 2017, and is a frequent contributor to Entrepreneur Magazine for upcoming marketing trends. Anthony is a sought-after company advisor and consults for several Fortune 500... Read More →

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