500-800% ROAS (Return On Ad Spend)

Candle.WTF an E-Commerce brand and Client of Pinnacle Media Agency’s had TBB write and monitor their latest Facebook Ad campaign.

The results were so outstanding we had to publish them here!

The Average ROAS, that is if you’re store/website and branding are on par is between 200 – 400% meaning you can expect to earn back at least $2 dollars for every $1 dollar spent on direct advertising.

This number of course varies between industry and ad campaign but this was Candle.WTF’s most successful return yet advertising with Facebook with the help of both an E-Commerce and Advertising agency.

With Pinnacle Media’s digital agency and media expertise, along with The Block Bard’s personal touch and brand-building ads, customers quickly gobbled up the candles like crazy!

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63% Increase in Sales Closed

While this company wishes to remain anonymous, we can tell you they are a non-profit in the sales and semi-educative industry. Since they need to educate customers to nurture them into understanding the impact of their buy/donation. It was imperative the right language was being used to communicate the benefits of being a part of…

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$5.36 (CPM) Cost Per Message (Quote Inquiry)

WindowVia Before TBB, WindowVia was operating with an outdated approach to marketing and sales. The presence of many all-over-the-place, disparate systems, resulted in a weakened approach that had many inaccuracies and inefficiencies. The customer journey was fragmented, with inconsistent messaging (copywriting) across different stages of ‘The Buyer’s Journey’. On a functional level, too, marketing and sales were experiencing…

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324% Sales Increase

With $0.23 Cent Average Ad Cost Per Click (Per Appointment) King & Co Barber Studio is a Greater Metropolitan Calgary-based hair studio offering premium men’s grooming. Since buying the company, Ace identified online marketing as a critical sales channel. (Especially during this pandemic where people are stuck at home, but still in need of haircuts…

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