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C A S H I N O N Y O U R P A S S I O N 9 own. Click "new product", specify if it's digital or physical, add photos (Dakota's example was created in Printify), set a price and identify if it's a sale price, and include a product description. 7. Set your product options. Include the colours and sizes your product comes in. The "manage pricing" section helps you track your inventory. 8. Get ready to ship. Modify the shipping prices and policies in the Settings section. 9. Help people buy. Set up payment methods so customers can buy your products. 10. Set your address. Add your domain through Wix. 11. Pick a hosting plan. This will remove the ads on your site. Once you've got orders coming in, the Store Orders section will help you track incoming funds and shipments you have to fulfill. When your shop is set up, you're ready to make sales and build your brand! LESSON 7: FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM ADVERTISING "It 's not an easy thing to do, but it 's a very effective tool in marketing and promoting your product." Facebook and Instagram ads can be great ways to get in front of your audience. In this lesson, Casey and Dakota show us how it's done. Get yourself to the right place. Type business.facebook.com into your search bar. Set yourself up for success. Create your Facebook ad account. Define your campaign goal. When you create your first ad, select the objective of your campaign. This helps Facebook know what to measure and how your ad should run. Create your audience. Define the age, gender, location and interests of the people you want to have looking at your ad. Create your campaign. Decide where you want your ads to appear, how much money you want to spend and how long you want it to run.

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