Welcome to the Children’s Book Marketing Podcast, where we dive into the world of marketing and promotion for children’s books. In Season 2, Episode 17, join me for a conversation with Facebook & Instagram Ads Strategist, Stacy Zeal. Her agency runs helps product-based small businesses avoid wasting money running ads to reach your children’s book readers.
Stacy Zeal has been working in social media for over a decade, starting out in college when she was tasked with figuring out social media for business at an internship. Since then, she has worked with both small and large brands in the realm of social media, particularly focusing on paid social media for the last four years with a company you may have heard of…it’s called Zappos.
Learn from Stacy as she shares a passion for using Facebook and Instagram for advertising, and why she believes that they provide unmatched targeting capabilities and opportunities for small businesses to compete and scale up. Stacy encourages businesses to consider using social ads, especially if they are ready to scale and integrate their products into their marketing strategies.
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Stacy Zeal’s Free Private Podcast, Stop Boosting And Start Selling
- Recorded Workshop for Million Dollar Road Map
- Work With Stacy’s Social Media Ads Agency
- Get Stacy’s free resources
- Connect With Stacy Zeal on LinkedIn
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~ A review shared by Padlock Creations in 2022
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