3 Things To Expect When Small Biz Marketing Releases Facebook Advertising

Small Business Marketing releases teaser information on the upcoming launch of its new Facebook Advertising - Results Based service. Further information can be found at http://www.leadgenaz.com

Phoenix, United States - March 22, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Small Business Marketing today announced the official launch date of its upcoming Facebook Advertising – Results Based service. Rumors are already starting to circulate among observers and die-hard fans within the Small Biz Marketing – Local Lead Generation world, as the ‘Live’ date of the Facebook Advertising – Results Based service draws near. Small Business Marketing has also released three things fans, reviewers and critics can expect from inception time in 2019.

Facebook Ads

The first thing folks should expect is a big improvement in FB Ads Lead Generation and Local campaigns with guaranteed results!. Small Business Marketing makes this happen by Social advertising with guaranteed performance or your money back* Your Facebook ad will be seen by your target audience at least 8 times per campaign or get that month’s money back* . This is to be expected from a business who places this much value on Full Service Agency Facebook Ads for Small Local Businesses.

As well as that, Small Business Marketing will be celebrate the live day event by providing a ROI (return on investment) and Guaranteed Results.. It is their hope that this will help small business get more customers, patients and clients with social advertising..

Finally, for die hard fans of the industry, they’ll be interested to know what went into the creation of the Facebook Advertising – Results Based service. It has taken a few years, to get perfect. to put together, from start to finish, from the initial idea to fully implementing the service.

Paul K, President / CEO at Small Business Marketing also wanted to add “Thousands of Local Business Served”

For further information about Small Business Marketing or the new Facebook Advertising – Results Based service, it can all be discovered at http://www.leadgenaz.com

Service Providers

Lead Generation

If you provide services, you want to –

Reach a very specific audience

That is in the market for your services

And promote an offer to them

Generating Quality Leads

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Proximity Marketing

If have own a retail location, you want to –

Reach a specific audience

Close to your location

That responds to promotion

Generating Quality Walk-Ins

Contact Info:
Name: Paul Kealoha
Organization: Small Business Marketing
Address: 4747 E Elliot Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85044, United States
Phone: +1-480-251-0765
Website: https://smallbizmarketingaz.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 494515

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