14023A9B-921F-4627-A6B6-579BE264AD85 The 4 Step Process To Generating Leads And Traffic On Facebook | Nate Leung

The 4 Step Process To Generating Leads And Traffic On Facebook

Even if you’ve never tried Facebook ads before, this video will help you get up to speed fast.


In this video, I'm going to spend some time sharing with you a proven Facebook formula that has helped my business the past few years.





I'll be sharing FOUR CRITICAL components:

1. Sales Flow – based on the evergreen 3-step strategy.

2. Follow up – 7-email autoresponder series

3. Ad Targeting & Structure – creating customer avatars

4. High Responsive Landing pages – capturing lead information


Facebook Sales Funnel

















Watch the video as I will be explaining how it all works together.


Please enjoy this video and be sure to leave me a comment, share and leave me a comment if you found value!


Your Call To Action!


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To your Success,

Nate Leung

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Nate Leung

CEO & Founder - Automated Profit Method
Nate is the CEO and Founder of NateLeung.com, a website dedicated to helping regular hard-working people to build wildly successful businesses they can be proud of and pass a legacy to their families. He is also the author of The Rise of the Digital Nomad: How to escape the 9 to 5 and earn a profitable income online. Step by step, Nate will show you how to build a business from scratch with the right strategies and systems in place so you can earn the income you know you deserve and have the kind of life you have always dreamed about.
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2 Responses to “The 4 Step Process To Generating Leads And Traffic On Facebook”

  1. Drikus Botha

    Hey Nate. Thank you for the great advice on using Facebook. Sometimes a social strategy can get a bit blurred but your 4 step flow makes sense 🙂