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What’s inside the ADvantage?
If you run an independent online shop and use, or want to use, Facebook and Instagram ads, this newsletter is for you!
I’ll email you every 2 weeks with a handful of quick, small steps you can take to make your campaigns more effective.
“If you’re an eCommerce business and you need Facebook Ads, Carly is absolutely your woman!”
Becca Johns, Marketing Consultant
I’m Carly Stringer, a Facebook advertising expert working exclusively with independent retail brands who run an online store.
I’ve trained intensively, I’m accredited by Facebook and I worked with over 30 eCommerce clients in 2020 alone.
When I’m not running campaigns for clients or offering virtual support one-on-one, I’m busy creating free content, sharing what I know on podcasts or in webinars, or speaking at conferences (virtual or otherwise).
Every indie business owner deserves access to honest, helpful, affordable advice on advertising with Facebook. This newsletter is the best way to get free, ongoing support from me.
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Facebook advertising success stories
Hear from other independent retailers who are growing with Facebook and Instagram ads.
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