How to Get Your Own Personal Facebook Ads Rep

Get a Personal Facebook Ads Rep with Facebook Go

Haven’t you ever wished that you could get real help from people who know the ins and outs of Facebook Ads better than anyone—the Facebook team themselves?

Now you actually can.

Facebook Go is a brand-spankin’-new resource that provides help to advertisers new to the Facebook Ads system. It’s more than just a tool or a walkthrough guide—you will get advice, help and training from an actual Facebook Ads specialist, trained to help you find success with your Ad campaigns.

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Keep reading (and/or watch our video overview) to see how to get your own personal Facebook Ads rep—one trained by Facebook.

What Facebook Go’s Specialist Will Help You With

When I say you’ll get personal help, that’s exactly what I mean. You will work one-on-one with a dedicated specialist. They will help you with every aspect of your ad campaigns, including helping you with:

  • Developing a unique strategy, customized for you and your business, to maximize your marketing potential on Facebook Ads
  • Understanding and correctly using the best targeting options for your campaigns and your audience
  • Measuring and evaluating your performance, as well as using this information to optimize all future posts.

Particularly for new advertisers—the users this service was designed for—Facebook Go can be an invaluable investment. Facebook Ads can be an incredibly difficult system to find success on, let alone to master, and having a knowledgeable expert to guide you through the process can make all the difference in the world, saving you money and time.

All of this is designed to help you grow your business on Facebook, an affect you’ll feel off-Facebook too.

How To Qualify for your Own Personal Facebook Ads Rep

In order to qualify to get a Facebook Ads rep to work with you directly through Facebook Go, you need to spend at least $25 a day for at least 30 days on your Facebook Ads campaigns. Then, all you have to do is fill out a quick form about you and your Page on their site.

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To find out more and see if you qualify, you can sign up here on Facebook Go’s site.

Who Should Use Facebook Go

While everyone could benefit with some direct consultation from one of Facebook’s trained team members and specialists, this program is ideal for those new to Facebook Ads. That is, after all, who it was designed for.

The system is complex, and trying to figure out the best strategies, the best targeting options, and the best ways to evaluate your ads is challenging at best. Having someone guide you through the process can save you so much money on failed campaigns.

After all, understanding something in theory is great– that’s what some of these posts can help you with. Having a specialist sit down with you and actually pin point exact things you can do for your exact, unique business can increase your chances of success when you hit the ground running.


Will you be using Facebook Go? Leave a comment and let us know what you think.

  • Ana,

    Thank you the information about that Facebook Go service

    It’s clear that you really keep your finger on the pulse of what’s happening with all things FB.

    That must be tough in itself since changes seem to happen almost daily with FB.

    Even though I’ve been making money online for 10 years, I am yet to try FB advertising.

    I’ve thought about it, but I keep stopping myself. Maybe because I’m not confident with it.

    But this type of service might just get me started.

    So, you say in your article that we must be willing to have an ad spend budget of minimum $25 per day.

    Beyond that, are you saying FB is providing the services of a FB Ad. Rep though FB Go without any additional charges for that service on top of that minimum ad spend?

    • Ana Gotter

      I’m so happy to hear that you’re finding these posts useful! We definitely try to keep an eye out for all changes, and it’s absolutely a challenge to catch them all.
      Facebook Ads is an investment– including the first part where you may run a few campaigns with underwhelming results. It really is a trial and error process, just like everything else in marketing.

      From what I’ve seen, all you need to do is spend that minimum and you’ll get a rep to work with you for some amount of time. They advertise a $50 off coupon if you work with the rep too.

      If you try it out, make sure you let us know what you think! I really do think it is going to be a fantastic resource. If there was ever a time to test out Facebook Ads it just may be now!

  • Thanks Ana..

    You know it’s strange – as much as I’ve procrastinated about launching FB campaigns myself, the fact that now there might be a ‘pro’ helping and advising me, changes the whole dynamic and mindset.

    And I’ll bet there would be a huge number of ‘newbies’ who are in the same head space as I have been.

    I think FB looks like they understand that too.

    And it’s my guess that if they can get ‘newbies’ spending on FB ads (and be successful at it) then their revenue will go up dramatically also.

    I’ll start the process and let you know progress.

    I’m a bit lucky because I have 4 of my own product I’m looking to market through FB, so it will be interesting to see what happens.

    • Ana Gotter

      I’m sure that’s part of the motivation– get more people spending more with this offer, rake in more sales, and in the process likely drive up bidding costs (and their revenue) if enough people increase their spending enough to have that effect.

      I’m excited to hear what you think about it!