Savvy Social Podcast / Where to Start with Facebook Ads featuring Julie O’Hara our Resident Ads Specialist

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Facebook Ads have changed a TON in the past 12 months. And as business owners, it can often feel overwhelming to even know where to start. 

If you’re considering diving into the world of Facebook Ads, you’ve got to treat it like any other new tool that you learn to use in your business. And as an adult, sometimes we don’t want to learn new things. We just want to KNOW, you know? But unfortunately, it takes time to get the hang of it. 

The good news? You don’t have to start from 0. In this episode of the podcast, Andréa Jones sits down with Julie O’Hara, the resident Facebook Ads Specialist at OnlineDrea Inc., to talk about: 

  • When business owners should consider starting a Facebook Ad strategy
  • How to measure success with your ads. 
  • How to navigate some of the latest updates with ads
  • Some of the new features like Instagram Reels Ads 
  • The importance of building a customer journey around your ads

…and more!   


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About the Guest

After learning to run ads for her previous health coaching business, Julie shifted to full-time Facebook Ads consulting in 2019. Helping online business owners use the most advanced advertising tools available to grow and reach new people is endlessly rewarding for her. 

Julie specializes in list-building, launching and evergreen funnels for small and medium-size businesses. She also loves teaching other service providers how to run ads for clients. You can reach out to her by email at [email protected]





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