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Facebook advertisers will not be able to set budgets at ad-set level starting in September

All Facebook campaigns will run with campaign budget optimization as of September. Amy Gesenhues on February 5, 2019 Facebook announced on Wednesday that, starting in September, new and existing campaigns will be migrated to Facebook’s automated campaign budget allocation system that optimizes the campaign budget across an advertiser’s ad sets. This means Facebook advertisers will no … Continue reading Facebook advertisers will not be able to set budgets at ad-set level starting in September

Slim Budget? Here’s What to Spend Money On When Starting a Freelance Business

Taylor Gordon — January 4, 2019 — January 4, 2019 You’re probably aware that you have to spend money to make money. The good thing about a freelance business is you can start with a pretty bare business budget and still see results. You can build a solid foundation without spending hundreds or thousands of … Continue reading Slim Budget? Here’s What to Spend Money On When Starting a Freelance Business

12 Solid Approaches for Gaining Traction on Amazon When You’re First Starting Out

Young Entrepreneur Council — November 26, 2018 Follow @YEC — November 26, 2018 Amazon can be a great marketplace and a source of additional revenue for any business that sells exclusive products. What is the best way to encourage people to purchase products from the online retail giant, especially when there are not enough customer … Continue reading 12 Solid Approaches for Gaining Traction on Amazon When You’re First Starting Out

E-Commerce: 9 Elements to Remember When First Starting Out

Young Entrepreneur Council — October 1, 2018 Follow @YEC — October 1, 2018 E-commerce marketing can be tricky to navigate, especially when first starting out. Here are some aspects of e-commerce marketing that are crucial to remember: 1. Relevant Content If you plan to get on the e-commerce marketing bandwagon, you will need a fair … Continue reading E-Commerce: 9 Elements to Remember When First Starting Out