Ask Claire Anything [Round 1] (GPP128)

Do I get nervous when asking personal questions on money? What’s the best place to start with ads if your audience is tiny? Do you A/B test every ad? Is it possible to have success with FB ads with low spend on a low ticket product?

Since I’ve been getting a ton of excellent questions lately, I thought it would be a great time to do a Q&A.

On today’s episode, I’ve taken some of your hottest questions and done my absolute best to answer them as honestly as I can.

I’m going to be talking to you about a nice blend of personal and technical topics, including:

  • How I deal with nerves when asking personal questions on this podcast,
  • Advice for new online business owners,
  • How I go about financial  planning,
  • The importance of A/B testing,
  • How to go about ads if your audience is small,
  • My thoughts on daycare,
  • Two methods you can be successful with on Facebook Ads with a low ticket product,
  • My thoughts on moving abroad at this phase of my life,
  • Advice for high ticket sales.

Also, since many of your questions have gone unanswered and I had such a blast doing this episode, stay tuned for Round 2 coming up soon.

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