picked sales up from 0 to $40k/month within 3 months


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The Challenge

Jean Pierre Weill is an art gallery called after it's founder and main artist Jean Pierre.

They have a unique style of are - 3D painting on Glass - which they are selling globally.

When they first came to me they have only established their online activity and weren't able to acquire new customers.

Through creative planning and account structuring we were able to get sales up to $40k/month within months, with ROAS ranging between 3.0 and 4.0 - completely exceeding their expectations.

The Process

Media Buying A-Z

The Solution

picked sales up from 0 to $40k/month within 3 months

Skills Used

Paid Ads


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