FB Ads Workshop: How To 8X Your Business Growth | Things to do in Taguig City-Metro Manila

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Facebook ads are posts which businesses pay for to get in front of their targeted audiences.

What would it mean for you if you could directly pinpoint who you would want to get your offer in front of?

What if you can reach those people for a minimum of P40 a day (and control when and how much you want to spend on advertising)

What if you could clearly identify which among your marketing efforts are bringing you the most returns so you can do more of what's working and stop doing what is just costing you money?

You can do all this with Facebook ads.

And now you have the opportunity of learning how to correctly set them up for your business.

Join us in one of our Facebook Ads Basics Workshops.

  • Launch your first Facebook Ad confidently
  • Learn the one question you should ask before clicking the "Create" button (Failure to do this may be the equivalent of throwing money away)
  • Discover how to ACCURATELY target your target market on Facebook
  • Know how to use Facebook ads to 8X your business growth

The learning investment for this workshop is at Php 4,995.


The trainer?

I. AM. The Trainer!

My name is Julian Cañita.

I’ve spent over P10M pesos of other people’s money running Facebook Ads and delivering as much as 10X growth for businesses I’ve worked with.

With nearly 50 clients, and over 100 students I’ve personally helped and mentored, I know my way around Facebook Ads like my life depended on it.

Some of my friends tease me that I live, eat, sleep, breathe Facebook Ads, and you know what…
They’re FREAKIN’ RIGHT. In a nutshell, I help businesses like you get more targeted leads, and convert them into customers, which turns into money in the bank. If this sounds like something you want for your business, I’m your guy.

You’re losing out thousands every single month and you don’t even know it.

Here’s why…

Every single day you’re not using Facebook Ads, your competitors are and they are getting YOUR customers right under your nose.

Every single day you’re not using Facebook Ads, people who should’ve bought from you are giving their hard earned money to someone else.

Every single day you’re not using Facebook Ads, you’re losing so much money on missed opportunities that was already yours for the taking.

Customers and revenue that was meant for you, wasted away… Just because you weren’t able to seize the opportunity.

I want to change that for you.

I’m here to help you get your money back and more.
I’m here to help you grow your business to a level you’ve never seen before.  You have an amazing business and more people need to see it.

They DESERVE it… You DESERVE it.

It’s time to take what’s YOURS…  

Join my training and I will hold you by the hand and show you exactly how to get it done.

Enroll now.


  • Facebook ads Platform Introduction
  • Ad campaign Set up Walkthrough
  • Marketing strategy discussion
  • Q and A
  • Hands on Work
  • Workbook

Who can come

  • Solopreneurs, Professionals & Consultants
  • eCommerce Enthusiasts
  • Restaurants Owners
  • Wedding Suppliers
  • Coaches, Consultants and Professionals

Terms and conditions

Schedule of Workshops:

  • Jan. 25, 2019 -  FB Ads Basics
  • Feb. 23, 2019 -  FB Ads Advance for Coaches, Consultants and Professionals
  • Mar. 15, 2019 -  FB Ads Basics
  • Apr. 13, 2019 - FB Ads Advance for eCommerce
  • May 11, 2019 - FB Ads Basics
  • June 29, 2019 - FB Ads Advanced for Physical Stores and Restaurants
  • Jan. 26, 2019 -  TBA
  • Feb. 23, 2019 -  TBA
  • Mar. 15, 2019 -  TBA
  • Apr. 13, 2019 - TBA
  • May 11, 2019 - TBA
  • June 29, 2019 - TBA

Nearby attractions

Pasig Cathedral and Museum
0.61 km away

Also known as the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Pasig Cathedral is the oldest Marian parish in Asia. Like other churches in the Philippines, the cathedral follows a baroque Spanish design, whose structure is based on adobe blocks. While much of the cathedral's design was altered in the 20th century, its bell tower retains its historic appeal. Augustinian missionaries laid the parish's first foundation in 1575, and gave it the title Conventus Visitationis Mariae de Pasig (Our Lady of Visitation). Twelve years later, the parish was renamed after the Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception. The parish was then inaugurated into the status of a cathedral in 2003. At the right side of the cathedral is a hallway leading to the Pasig Diocesan Museum. The museum displays elaborate church vestments and historical emblems of the cathedral, such as crucifixes, candelabras, chalices, incense boats, mass gongs, church beams, and Spanish tiles.

Lopez Museum and Library
1.19 km away

Lopez Museum and Library is an intimately spaced maze of artworks, rizaliana, antique Philippine maps, and rare books. It is most known for these three: its library of over 21,000 Filipiniana titles, and its art collections of Juan Luna and Felix Hidalgo Resurreccion paintings. Built in 1960, the Lopez Museum and Library is the oldest privately owned museum and library in the Philippines. The museum has about five interconnected sections. Other than the Juan Luna and Felix Hidalgo Galleries, the others display the National Hero Jose Rizal's personal belongings, modern paintings from Philippine National Artists, and some archaeological artifacts from Calatagan Excavation. The museum also holds a collection of about 300 antique Philippine maps since 1507, hand-drawn by various colonial and native cartographers.

The Mind Museum
2.88 km away

The leading science museum in the Philippines, The Mind Museum is an interactive learning playground with 250 exhibits and two outdoor parks. Inside, the museum is divided into five galleries. From the infinitely small to the infinitely big, the galleries are the Atom Gallery, Life Gallery, Technology Gallery, Earth Gallery, and the Universe Gallery. Some of its many features include the world's most complete dinosaur fossil (a tyrannosaurus rex named Stan), an enlarged molecular structure of a chocolate, a life-size model of the baby blue whale, a simulation of the Hubble Space Telescope, and enlarged version of the human brain. Outside The Mind Museum building, visitors can either play in the Science-in-the-Park or hangout in the zen-inspired JY Campos Park. The museum itself looks like a silver spaceship that just landed in the center of Taguig's business district.

Where to stay

Astoria Plaza
Hotels and homes
0.59 km away

Make yourself at homeAt the heart of the Ortigas Business District beats the new standard of urban living. Stay in Astoria Plaza in Pasig City and live in an expansive space filled with the comforts of home, combined with the modern conveniences of a deluxe hotel accommodation.With rooms and suites measuring up to 130-square meters and equipped with kitchenette, home has never been this close to the city.Spend some well-deserved leisure time at our various recreational facilities. Put your feet up and relax at our spa and massage center, or go for a great workout at our gym and take a few laps at our pool.Astoria Plaza is within walking distance to the city’s premier shopping centers, hospitals, and universities, making sure that you are always at the center of the city’s activities. Shopping purchases are made even easier with complimentary roundtrip shuttle services to nearby malls in Ortigas.

The Studio 18 Residences
Hotels and homes
0.80 km away

The Studio 18 Residences offers Transient Rooms and Residential Units that are warm, welcoming, and elegantly designed to meet your standards for comfort, safety, and value for money.

Situated within the gated community of Barangay San Antonio, it’s proximity to the vibrant commercial and business district of Ortigas Center provides convenience and accessibility. Because you deserve to rest better, we aim to provide excellent quality service, exceed your expectations and render true Filipino Hospitality.

The Linden Suites
Hotels and homes
0.92 km away

This modern hotel in a high-rise building is an 11-minute walk from a bus stop and 11 km from the National Museum of the Philippines. 

Sophisticated rooms offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and sitting areas. Suites range from 1- to 3-bedrooms and include kitchenettes, dining areas and sitting rooms. Upgraded suites add Jacuzzis and washer/dryers. Room service is available 24/7.

A breakfast buffet (fee) is offered in a casual, gourmet restaurant. There's also an outdoor pool and a fitness center.

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Things to do nearby

Indoor Rock Climbing in Manila
Adrenaline junkies
0.31 km away

Climb Central Manila is the biggest indoor air-conditioned sport climbing venue in the Philippines. Climb Central Manila has approximately 750 square meters of climbing wall space and is conveniently located within the heart of Metro Manila!

Fun and Games in Greenfield District's Trampoline Park - Zero Gravity Zone

Trampoline Park in the Greenfield District of Mandaluyong City was the first of its kind in the Philippines. Doors opening soon sparking an AMAZING all new attraction for the Philippine public to enjoy. After finding the right accessible location we transformed this warehouse into a trampoline packed, play area for participants of all ages.

The idea is simple. Bring people together, get active, get fit and have a ton of fun while doing so. Whether you’re flying across main court, diving into our giant foam pit, playing an intense game of dodgeball warfare, breaking new ground in one of our fitness classes or competing with your friends to see who can land the HIGEST and COOLEST or SMOOTHEST Slam Dunk – Trampoline Park can be enjoyed by everyone.

The founders of the TRAMPOLINE PARK in Metro Manila are truly so happy to bring this energetic, healthy and amazing family fun to the Philippines. God bless you all.

Livin’ La Vida Imelda Performance
Shows and performances
0.48 km away

“Living La Vida Imelda” is a multi-media monologue of musings about former First Lady Imelda Romualdez Marcos and memories of life in 1970s Manila. We won’t talk about shoes very much but we’ll ponder over issues such as state sanctioned kitsch, hierarchies in human psychology and human rights, and the importance of winning beauty pageants in a developing nation. It will be a night of gossip, disco music, tragic facts and anecdotes so absurd that it’s got to be true.

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