Atrantil sells daily digestive supplements through their eCommerce site and select brick-and-mortar stores.
Atrantil came to Inflow recognizing the opportunity available in paid social advertising — but was unsure of how to grow in a scalable and responsible way. As a part of the health and wellness industry, the company has to be very careful with messaging. Facebook and other platforms set strict rules for advertising within this industry, and Atrantil needed a way to connect with customers without violating those rigid regulations.
So, they approached Inflow for help
Keeping those unique restrictions in mind, Atrantil had one goal: spend as much money on paid social as possible while meeting their CPA goal.
After conducting an initial audit of their Google Ads campaigns, we recognized what had been holding Atrantil back so far. More than 35% of their budget went to post-engagement campaigns, with almost $3,000 in missed revenue. Their remarketing campaigns were structured too broadly, missing out on more opportunities for conversion growth. We also saw huge opportunities for ad creative testing that weren’t being optimized.
All that may make a lesser agency shirk, but Inflow embraced these challenges headfirst.
Our strategists used our “See, Think, Do” strategy to ramp up Facebook and Instagram paid campaigns by:
- Optimizing ad creative toward purchasing
- Diversifying ad creative and testing messaging variation
- Incorporating customer reviews into ad copy
- Using founder Dr. Kenneth Brown as the spokesperson and face of creative, featuring him in ads and videos
- Implementing our social proofing technique (trying top-performing ads against new audiences to grow a larger base), as well as traditional lookalikes
- Segmented tiered email list into lookalike modeling, used later for retargeting
Since our partnership began, Atrantil has hit record-breaking months back to back, with a 252% increase in ad spend YOY, all at or below their CPA goal, as well as:
increase in overall revenue
increase in revenue from FB ads