“Facebook Ad Secrets: 200-600 new leads in 90 days!”

Hawaii Internet Marketers Association

August 4th, 2015 Association Meeting

“Facebook Ad Secrets: 200-600 new leads in 90 days!”

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On Tuesday evening, August 4th, 2015, Hawaii Internet Marketers Association (HiMA), coming back from our first meeting of 2015, HiMA proudly presents, “Facebook Ad Secrets: 200-600 new leads in 90 days!” And You Can Too! with one of Hawaii’s best Social Media specialist and Facebook Guru from KR Design, Kristen Robinson. Kristen founded KR Design in 2010 to help experienced and determined business owners, real estate agents, and consultants grow their business with successful marketing techniques. Her customers quickly dictated their greatest marketing challenge: social media.

Kristen has guided hundreds of business owners through the treacherous waters of social media marketing, affirming that social media can be an effective and efficient method of marketing for companies and business professionals.

In this action-packed session, you’ll learn:

• The biggest mistake entrepreneurs make when it comes to Facebook Ads and how you can avoid it. (This tip alone will save you hundreds of dollars!)

• How to create text for your Facebook Ad that gets you high quality leads and the RIGHT people to click on your ad

• What your Facebook Ad budget should be (hint: if you can afford a Starbuck’s latte, you can run a Facebook Ad)

 

Please come join us at HiMA, this will be a great event! HiMA is a place where you will network with local business leaders and professionals, while learning from Hawaii’s best internet marketers. Seats are limited so reserve your seat today!

HIMA Members: Free

Guest are pre-register online $10 http://bit.ly/FBSecret90 , $15 at door

Tuesday, August 4th, 2015, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Manoa Innovation Center

2800 Woodlawn Dr. Training Room #173

Honolulu, HI 96822

 

Please reserve your seat today!

Or get your free SEO course at

http://www.HawaiiInternetMarketers.com

For more information, contact Randall Fujinaka, 808-429-3524

 

Honolulu, HI 96822


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