Author: Devon

April 15, 2019

Cedar Street Barbell Club

During this week’s episode of Small Business Saturday, we sat down with Nick Pasquariello, owner and founder of Cedar Street Barbell. Cedar Street Barbell is the only fitness club in the city to focus specifically on barbell strength training.

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By Devon
April 15, 2019

How to Change Your Facebook Ad Account Spending Limit

In this week’s blog, learn how to control how much you spend on Facebook Ads by setting and adjusting your Facebook Ad Account Spending Limit.

Facebook Ad Spending Limit

If your business isn’t running any Facebook Ads, it’s time to step up your digital marketing game. With over 2 Billion users on Facebook, Facebook’s ads provide a great opportunity for your business to reach its desired audience.

Other than the sheer amount of people you will be reaching with your Facebook ads, Facebook’s targeting allows you to target new groups of people or to remarket to already qualified leads.

The average person spends 28% of their day on social media – why not take advantage of their endless scrolling to build brand awareness?

This all sounds great, but let’s get down to what most small businesses are concerned with…the money. Many small businesses do not have an outrageous budget to be spending on running Facebook Ads.

Small business owners – we have a trick for you. Read more to find out how to change your Facebook Ad Spending Limit to monitor how much your business is spending on Facebook days per campaign per day.

Here are 7 steps to adjust your Facebook Ad Account’s Spending Limit…

1. Log into your Facebook Business Account.

Simply click this link to log in to your business’ Facebook Business Account. This will take you to the Facebook Business dashboard.

Make sure to have the proper login credentials.

2. Choose your business account.

Depending on which industry your business is in, you may have multiple Facebook Business accounts or just one. Here, you want to select the business account you would like to set a spending limit for.

Once you are logged in to the desired business account, you will be taken to a page where you can manage different Facebook Ad accounts.

Selecting your Facebook business manager

3. Navigate to Business Settings.

In the upper right-hand corner of the business’ ad page, you will see an option that says “Business Settings.” Select this option and then select “Business Settings” again in the upper left-hand corner.

From here, navigate to the bottom of the Business Settings list and select “all tools.” This will enlarge the pop-up to display the categories plan, create and manage, measure and report, assets, and settings.

Facebook business manager all tools

Under the Settings heading, select “billing.”

4. Ensure that you have selected the correct ad account.

Once on this page, confirm that you are working under the correct ad account. You can do this by looking at the name in the upper left-hand corner.

If you find that the account name displaying is not the account you would like to manage, click on the name. This will reveal a drop-down menu that will allow you to select the proper business from the list of businesses your account manages.

5. Navigate to “Payment Settings.”

Payment Settings allows you to get a full overview of your account’s billing. From here, you can do things such as view your bill, update your payment methods, or update the billing address.

Facebook Ad Account billing settings

From here you can do one of two things, you can change your daily spending threshold or adjust your account’s spending limit.

6. Change the ad account spending threshold

Facebook Ad account threshold

Select “manage” in the right-hand corner. Once selected, a pop-up window will appear titled “Manage Your Threshold.” The window will display your current daily threshold and give you the option to insert your updated daily threshold to whatever amount you desire.

7. Set your ad account spending limit

Facebook ad account spending limit

When on the billing page, you will see an option for “Set your Account Spending Limit” located at the bottom of the page. You current spending limit amount will be bolded at the bottom of this section.

If you want to change your account’s spending limit, you have three options – change, remove, or reset.

By selecting “change” you can insert your desired account spending limit per ad. Once you have increased or decreased the account spending limit, select “set limit” to complete the change.

And just like that – you have the power to adjust your business’ Facebook Ad Account’s Spending Limit. Now you can spend as much as you decide and approve. Go out there and run some Facebook Lead form ads, they tend to do really well for lead generation!

As always, thank you for reading. We hope this was helpful and that it made your Facebook Ad journey just a little bit easier.

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See you next Monday for another Momentum Monday blog!

By Devon
April 8, 2019

How to Create Custom Audiences for Google Ads in Google Ads Audience Manager

In this week’s Momentum Monday blog, we will review how to create a Custom Audience for Google Ads in Google Ads Audience Manager.

How can you use the information Google is already gathering on people to benefit your business? Creating a custom audience in Google Ad’s Audience Manager will allow you to break down who exactly your ads are targeting.

  1. First, let’s review the Audience Manager. Here is a step-by-step guide to navigating the Audience Manager.
  2. Log in to Google Ads. Select the Google Ads account you want to work with.
  3. Navigate to your Tools. From here, go to Shared Library then Audience Manager.

Audience Manager is where you will find Audience Lists, Audience Insights, and Audience Sources.

google ads platform

Toggling over to Audience Lists is where all saved audiences will store. Here you can have all of you remarketing audiences, website traffic audiences and email lists visible all in one place.

Audience Insights is where you will find all information on your audiences including their gender, location, age, where they clicked from, what device they use, mobile or desktop, and much more.

Finally, Audience Sources is where you will find the source of this audience. The source types range from Google analytics, Google ads, Google tag manager, etc.

Go to custom audiences. This tab is where you build audiences in order to target specific people based on their online activity. Once here, you have 2 options – custom affinity and custom intent.

The Affinity option is people with interests aligned to your brand.

The Intent option is what they are actually doing online.

Next, let’s move on to creating custom audiences in Audience Manager.

When creating custom audiences, you can target them by interests, URLs, Place or by App. Today, we will be reviewing how to target by URL, Interest, and Intent.

Create a New Custom Audience – Affinity – by URL

affinity audience - custom audience

In this option, you can target audiences by inserting possible URLs that they may be visiting. For this option, you will need to:

  1. Name your audience.
  2. Provide a description of your audience (this will come in handy for when you are scrolling through your audiences later).
  3. Insert the URLs you want to target. For example, if you wanted to reach small business owners, you may use websites like SCORE and the SBA.
  4. Narrow down your audience. Toggle to the right hand side where you can narrow this group by location, language, and campaign type.

Once all of the information is inserted, you will see that Google automatically begins to search through their recorded data to give you the number of people you will be reaching.

This information will also display the top 3 website topics your audience is searching for, and the size of your custom audience.

Once you are satisfied, click save and you’ve got yourself a custom audience!

Create a New Custom Audience – Affinity – by Interest

Creating a custom audience by interest is almost the same process as creating a custom audience by URL.

For this process, you will still insert the name of the custom audience and a description of the audience segment. However, instead of researching most visited websites by your desired group, you will research “interests.”

These interests are similar to keywords you would use for SEO and other digital marketing purposes. In this section, you can insert as many keywords you desire based on your audience’s interests in order to narrow down your audience.

Once you are happy with your interest keywords, select your desired search location and language. After you get your audience estimate and make your adjustments, hit save to save your custom audience to your audience manager dashboard.

Create a New Custom Audience – by Intent

Again, this process is very similar to the interest process. However, this search will be specific to the intent of the audience.

intent audience -custom audience

After inserting the name of your audience, you have the option to select to use Google search terms or Google market keywords. Search terms are based off of what people are specifically searching for whereas in market keywords are specific to your business’ local market.

Once you select which option you’d like to go with, insert your desired keywords. Next, review the generated ideas from Google on the right hand side to see if there are any you’d like to add to your audience. Then, insert your location and language and review your audience size

Grace Kaye with Brainlabs adds some great additional details in her blog with Marketing Land about GDN Intent Audiences last summer.

Now that your audiences are created, you may be wondering how to use them in an ad campaign.

No worries, we broke it down step by step for you!

Once you are ready to create your ad campaign, go to “campaigns” and select “new campaign.” Here, it will ask you to select your campaign goal

new campaign - google ads

Then your campaign type.

new campaign type - google ads

Then your campaign subtype. This varies from by campaign type.

campaign subtype - google ads

And, finally, ways you would like to reach your campaign goal.

campaign goal - google ads

After you have filled out the required fields above, you will be able to name your campaign and select your location and language.

Then select how much you want to spend per bid and for your overall campaign budget.

Once your campaign terms are set, it is time to insert your custom audiences. To go this…

  1. Go to your audiences
  2. Select your created groups
  3. Customize demographics
  4. Layer any targeting you desire on top of the audience

And just like that – you campaign is created!

Thanks for reading and watching another Momentum Monday digital marketing tutorial. Every week we blog about new or updated digital marketing topics with How-To Videos or Latest Tips & Marketing Trends.

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By Devon
April 8, 2019

Zsa’s Ice Cream

During this week’s episode of Small Business Saturday Philadelphia, we sat down with Danielle Jowdy, owner and founder of Zsa’s Ice Cream, a local ice cream brand that serves up super-premium ice cream and ice cream sandwiches.

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Danielle, Zsa’s owner, founded Zsa’s Ice Cream in 2011. Zsa’s started as a hobby – Danielle was making ice cream on the side and selling the ice cream at different farmers markets on the weekend while Zsa's - Small Business Saturdayworking a typical 9-5. Working full-time while developing the business gave Danielle time to learn what she needed to achieve in order to get the business up and running. When she finally felt that she was ready to launch, she quit her full-time job and took the leap.

Danielle knew what she wanted to name her business right away – Zsa’s.

Zsa is a nickname that Danielle and her sister, Rebecca, call each other. When they were younger, they wanted to come up with a cool nickname by combining both of their names. Amongst all the searching, they saw the name “Zsa” somewhere and the rest is history. When the business was first developing, Danielle was advised not to name the business “Zsa’s.” However, Danielle didn’t agree. She loved the name because not only was it personal to her, it was unique, short, and memorable.Zsa's ice cream sandwich


Zsa’s began production out of a rented bakery warehouse kitchen then transitioned into making ice cream out of a rented kitchen in a private elementary school. The business sold ice cream out of their own branded ice cream truck at markets and local events before settling down in their current brick-and-mortar retail location. Danielle wanted the business to succeed, so she put a high-priority on getting Zsa’s placed in grocery stores. This was important so that the business was still making money during the winter months. So, Danielle went around, in person, to different gourmet grocery stores throughout the area to pitch Zsa’s to the grocery provider. It worked – now Zsa’s is in over 50 local grocery stores.

Zsa’s is now working on developing their new retail store is located in Mt. Airy!

Zsas ice creamAs a small business owner and entrepreneur, Danielle has to wear a lot of different hats around the business. However, her favorite has always been testing and developing the new ice cream flavors. What are the Zsa’s fan favorites? WHYY considers their Salted Toffee Almond Graham Cracker ice cream sandwich with vanilla ice cream to be their best. Another crowd pleaser is their version of an Oreo Cookie ice cream sandwich. This option is two dark chocolate wafers on the outside with sweet cream ice cream or coffee ice cream in the middle. Check out their social media for some amazing foodie pics of the ice cream and ice cream sandwiches.

Hear Zsa’s Ice Cream’s full story on this week’s episode of Small Business Saturday Philadelphia.

You can follow Zsa’s on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Their website is coming soon – so stay tuned!

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For more information about Zsa’s, you can visit their shop or shoot them an email.

By Devon
April 1, 2019

Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia

This week’s episode of the Small Business Saturday Philadelphia podcast features Citizens for a No-Kill Philadelphia.

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