Justin Hartzman, How Cupcakes And Kitty Cats Drive Massive Traffic Into Your Funnel

Justin Hartzman, How Cupcakes And Kitty Cats Drive Massive Traffic Into Your Funnel


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Justin is the Co-founder and CEO of Needls.com. This is the first RoboAgency SAAS company that is helping small to medium size businesses compete in the big leagues of paid traffic. Justin discusses the metrics business owners need to be paying attention to especially on Facebook. He also shows why cupcakes and kitty cats can be the largest source of traffic into your sales funnel.

Show Notes

[2:07] What is Robo Agency and how will it help your company?

[9:26] What are some of the newest things involved with Facebook or things that you need to be aware of when you’re looking at creating their ads or working with you?

[15:57] What numbers should you be looking at while you start seeing that your selling?

[18:57] How do you know when you’re experiencing ad fatigue and what is ad fatigue and how do you deal with it?

[20:00] When should you finally decide to invest in getting a robo agency for your business?

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Justin Hartzman, How Cupcakes And Kitty Cats Drive Massive Traffic Into Your Funnel

Justin Hartzman, How Cupcakes And Kitty Cats Drive Massive Traffic Into Your Funnel

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