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Last month, we booked $102,000 in net new revenue from 1 ad. Here's the exact 6-step system we used: 1. Create a content engine to post daily on my Linkedin - Ideate questions around our product, company, and expertise (b2b marketing & demand gen) - Weekly recording session with Tobias to answer the questions in a conversational way - Turn the recording & transcript of that conversation into bite-sized video, text and image Linkedin posts - Repeat weekly for 5 posts/week or 20/month -> daily post 2. Determine best-performers - Do monthly analysis using Shield to determine which posts & messages resonated most with our audience - Main metric: "total weighted engagements (TWE)" = likes + 2*comments + 4*shares - Best-performer = any post with TWE greater than at least 1 standard deviation above the average for that data set (you can use other thresholds or just subject feeling) 3. Feed best-performers into targeted Linkedin ad campaign - Run towards 3 cold targeting groups 1. Targeting ICP based on job titles, geography and company size for top-down approach (for us: any Founder or Head of Marketing of a software business with 10-100 employees) 2. Targeting broad ICP based on job function/department for bottom-up approach (for us: anyone working in the Marketing, Sales, or Biz Dev department of a software business with 10-100 employees) 3. ABM/account-level targeting: I created a list of 200 target accounts who are our dream customers - Retargeting layer: any website visitor, any Linkedin company page visitor and anyone who engaged with the ads in the cold layer (50% video viewers) 4. Objective: in-feed consumption of the content + drive interested people to website - Linkedin campaign objective: Engagement - CTA: Learn more - Landing page: our website homepage (not a lead gen form, not our demo page) - Tracking conversions: Linkedin Insight Tag with 30-day "Last touch - Last campaign" attribution 5. Wait for inbound - We want to drive high-intent demo requests ONLY, not leads - By sending people to the home page, rather than a lead gen form or a call booking page, we only get people who are REALLY interested - Installing self-reported attribution: most demo requests are not tracked by Linkedin Insight Tag, so make sure you have a qualitative way to attribute 6. Convert & optimize - Current cost per qualified demo from ads: $200-300 - In our case, 80% of the demo requests were generated by 1 outlier ad - Outliers driving most of the conversions is a common pattern we see, that's why you need a content engine to test new messaging & creatives all the time, to find your next outlier - Total ad spend here was $3,500, so that's a 30x ROI on revenue - $102,000 revenue generated is just the initial contract value, LTV is higher ➡ Btw, this is the exact system we implement for customers at Project 33. #linkedin #demandgen #founderledmarketing #GTM #saas

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Last Month, We Booked $102k from 1 Ad

Finn Thormeier, Founder at Project 33