Provided 420% Facebook ROAS and 350% ROAS for Google ads after improving remarketing ads, copy, images and audience targeting. Sales increased from previous year's Nov - Dec of $18K sales to $32K sales in 2020 with my paid ad management updates.

3.85
ROAS

Amar R.

Mayple Vetted

expert

The Challenge

Baby and toddler industry focused client for B2C eCommerce. Goal was to increase sales for holiday shopping season from November - December for current campaigns compared to last year using Google and Facebook ads.

The Process

Updated Google Shopping campaigns to Smart Shopping and set tROAS based on product margins. Created brand and product type Search ad campaigns. Updated Facebook campaigns with improved ad copy, images, audience targeting and retargeting ads.

The Solution

Provided 420% Facebook ROAS and 350% ROAS for Google ads after improving remarketing ads, copy, images and audience targeting. Sales increased from previous year's Nov - Dec of $18K sales to $32K sales in 2020 with my paid ad management updates.

Skills Used

Paid Ads,Google Shopping,Paid Ads,Paid Ads,Marketing Strategy

Industry

Baby

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