Went from $0 to 5 figures in just a week! Month 2 saw a 950% increase and month 3, a 30% increase.


Lisa J.

Mayple Vetted


The Challenge

Brand new fanny pack brand with 0 social proof. We had to start from scratch!

The Process

No reviews, no social proof, brand new website... we had to find the right audience! It didn't take long. I was able to find 1 audience that absolutely loved the product and we started at a 2 ROAS to then reach a 5.5 ROAS in about a month! The store also had some professional shots and a video for me to use. I had also completely reviewed their store to improve CRO (that did include working on the product pages and tweaking the copy). The owner also followed my lead on plugins to install. (Reviews, email marketing etc.)

The Solution

Went from $0 to 5 figures in just a week! Month 2 saw a 950% increase and month 3, a 30% increase.

Skills Used

Paid Ads


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