“It’s not heavy enough for you to hurt yourself. Go for it.”
I heaved, exploded, and grunted as I did my best attempt at a weight lift called a 'snatch.'
It wasn’t pretty, but it established a baseline for my coach so he could pick the best ways to help me improve.
The snatch is a technically complex movement starting with weights on the ground. Through a series of much smaller movements, the weights end up overhead.
I could watch all the YouTube tutorials I wanted, but without actually attempting a snatch myself, it’s hard to know my baseline—what parts of the snatch I was already decent at, and what parts needed focus.
Of course, the trick is to make sure you don't hurt yourself when you're finding out your baseline...
Facebook advertising is a complex paid-traffic strategy. Through a series of smaller strategies, you publish your first ad and use it to establish a baseline to see where you need to focus so you can ultimately improve your online business.
And like the snatch, when establishing your baseline with Facebook advertising, your goal is to do it...without hurting
yourself your wallet.
If you’ve been wanting to try Facebook ads for your business (or already tried), you might have needed help answering these questions…