On this blog we are always talking about the importance of split testing and how awesome Facebook Ads is for advertising and reaching a massive audience fast. As awesome as Facebook Ads is, it also comes down to how great you are at split testing ads and coming up with new variations that make people click. There is an excellent new tool out there called FB Ads Toolbox, which can be used for creating a wide variety of ad copy images for use in Facebook Ads and Plenty of Fish campaigns.

It’s All About the CTR… What the Video Below

The best way to learn how FB Ads Tool works, is to see a real working demonstration of it. It’s as easy as selecting an image from your computer and letting FB Ads Tool do the rest. The success of your ad campaigns lies within your click through rate. Get ready to improve your click through rates, while also eliminating a ton of wasted time!

It’s really a genius idea and saves so much time. I know a lot of people were spending hours on creating image variations by importing images into PhotoShop and making simple edits. It’s a great concept, but takes a ton of time. I just logged into the system now and uploaded a simple photo and clicked a button, and here are just a few of the awesome variations I was given. (top left image is the original).

What Does FB Ads Tool Cost?

If you’ve ever spent time creating images for Facebook Ads and Plenty of Fish campaigns, you already see a ton of value in this product. You will see even more value when you find out that the price is as low as $4.95 a month when paying for a year in advance. When you think about the time it would take you to create all of these images, how can you not find value in this product?

Be sure to check out FB Ads Toolbox and start delivering a huge variation of ads to your campaigns.

Zac Johnson is a online marketer with 15 years of experience and also a blogger at BloggingTips.com and ZacJohnson.com, as well as the author of Blogging Tips: Confessions of a Six Figure Blogger on Amazon.com.

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