Problem solving Session

£497

Book yourself in for four hours of ads support. You also get two weeks of follow-up Voxer/email support.

Let's roll up our sleeves and get under the hood for some ad learning, building, untangling, whatever you need!

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Ideal if you're brand new to ads and need your set-up sorted. We can install your pixel, conversion API and get your Business Manager set-up together.

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Great for mini ad strategy, planning and build sessions.

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Also great for mini audits on your existing ad campaigns.

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We can customise your Problem Solving Session to suit how you like to work. Want to be live on calls for all of it? That's fine. Want a mix of shorter live calls and me working on your ads/setup behind the scenes? We can do that too.

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You also get ongoing support via email or Voxer for two weeks.

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Your investment: £497. 

How it

Works

Working Together

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You find a time/day that suits you for our first 90 minute call here

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Fill in your pre call questionnaire and pay for your session.

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Join me on Zoom for the first call. This is where we plan how to make the most of your booking.

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From there, we work to our plan and get you moving forward with ads!  After our half-day, you still have support for two weeks via Voxer/email. 

What you get

 

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Your ads sorted, up and running, audited, improved!

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Recordings of our calls to refer back to, you can search them by keyword which saves a lot of scrolling back and forth!

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Special discount to use on future sessions.

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Email or Voxer support for two weeks following our call.

A Problem Solving Session costs £497.

We had a really positive session with Allison to get some more general background on the use of Facebook and Instagram for our magazine and we also received some very useful advice regarding a separate project that we're looking at, which was really helpful. We'll be back in the future and it's a really useful resource to be able to tap into. There were some extremely comprehensive notes to back everything up with as well.

Terry Hope, Professional photo magazine