1. Why should roofers invest in Facebook Ads?
Facebook’s options for targeting potential customers go above and beyond those available on any other network. Rather than spending time and money cultivating an organic following over months or even years, this laser-targeting gets you the results you want almost immediately.
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2. Who owns the Facebook Ads accounts?
You, the client, owns your Facebook Ads accounts.
3. Does Main Street ROI earn any commission or markup from Facebook Ads advertising?
We don’t do business that way. Our compensation comes from our management fees; you pay Facebook directly for your advertising. We never receive any markup or commissions from Facebook.
4. How much does Facebook Ads management cost?
Monthly Facebook Ads management services for roofers start at $500 per month, with the price increasing based on the number, size, and complexity of your ad campaigns.
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5. Is there a minimum budget?
We don’t set a minimum budget for the roofing companies we work with, but we do recommend that you have at least $1000 a month to invest in advertising on Facebook—$500 for our management fee and $500 for your ad spend.
If you have a smaller budget, we suggest starting with our one-time Facebook Ads Jumpstart.
6. Do you require long-term commitments?
Unlike other digital marketing agencies, we don’t make money by locking you into a long-term contract. Instead, we earn your business by providing results. We only require a 30-day written notice to cancel our monthly Facebook Ads management services and our Facebook Ads Jumpstart has no ongoing commitment.
7. Who will I be working with?
Your main point of contact will be a dedicated ad consultant who has experience in Facebook Ads for roofing companies. This consultant will be responsible for the research, planning, and performance of your account. Our founder, Phil Frost, oversees all Facebook Ads projects for quality and is available to discuss your account at any time.