Have you been wondering whether it’s worth your time and money to run Facebook ads for your books? My friend Malorie Cooper of The Writing Wives has volunteered to visit my Shortcuts for Writers Facebook group to lead a short introductory workshop. This free event will be held Monday, June 7 at 12 p.m. EST inside the Shortcuts group. A replay will be available, but it you attend live, you can ask questions.
Facebook ads are pivotal for Malorie, a New York Times bestselling author. In fact, it was Facebook ads that finally put her on the map that led her to earning her letters and being able to go full time as an author in 2016. She will show what Facebook ads have done for her career and what they can do for yours with real working examples.
Mal will also talk about her Facebook Ads Beginner Class coming up on June 23 at 6:30 p.m. EST. That more in-depth course is just $35 and will teach you how to set up your business account, how the ad system in Facebook is structured, and how to create ads, duplicate ads, and update ads. She’ll also walk you through how to tell if an ad is working well, and shut down ones that aren’t.
If you’re looking for a Facebook ad mentor for your books, or just want to see what it’s all about, join the Shortcuts for Writers Facebook group and watch for the video on June 7.
Stacy Juba has written sweet and sassy chick lit novels, mysteries about determined women sleuths, and entertaining books for young adults and children. She has had novels ranked as #5 and #11 in the Nook Store and #30 on the Amazon Kindle Paid List. Her books include the Storybook Valley chick lit series and the Hockey Rivals young adult sports novels.
Stacy is also a freelance developmental editor, online writing instructor, and an award-winning journalist. Join her Facebook group for writers and also be sure to sign up for her free 5-day line editing course!