Bluffdale Dental Has Done Over $1.1 Million In Sales With The Help Of Monzurul

Fintech App Rebrands, Uses Automation To Profitably Grow Customer Base


Reduced Cost Per Lead


Increase in Website Conversion Rate


Leads increased in one year


Improved Cost Per New Client


Increase in Free Trial Signups


Increase in New Customers


Increase in New iOS Subscribers


Increase in Profitable Average Monthly Ad Spend

“Since opening our doors one year ago, our company has done over $1.5 million in sales with the help of In comparison, it usually takes a brand new dental office over 10 years to break $1 million in sales. We couldn’t be more thrilled with the success we’ve seen since bringing Monzurul on board.”

David Babcock | Bluffdale Dental

The Challenge

After managing his Google Ads (formerly AdWords) account, David Babcock became frustrated. He had come to feel doubtful and disappointed, too. As the Marketing Director of Bluffdale Dental;, he decided it was time to get help before he gave up on Google Ads completely. These were the issues he was facing:

  • A lack of tracking efforts, which caused Lou to question the effectiveness of Google Ads.
  • He noted very high Cost-per Click rates for the dental industry. The average CPC for Bluffdale Dental was $7.44.
  • Due to poor optimization, their website was not attracting customers and had limited conversions

Campaign Goal

I addressed the specific issues Bluffdale Dental had been experiencing and created the following list of goals to achieve for them.

  1. Construct a campaign that mimics the website structure—this allowed us to be very specific about ad group and keyword selections to counterattack the high CPCs of the industry.
  2. Use geotargeting to reach the ideal target audience (i.e. people in the targeted location in need of the main services).
  3. Install tracking mechanisms that show data we can use to measure the impact their campaigns are having.
  4. Generate at least 30 leads per month with the AdWords campaign.

Our Solutions

As a PCC Strategist, here’s what I did to take action towards meeting those goals.

Firstly, I recommended a new website from that was focused on providing Bluffdale Dental site visitors with a great user experience as well as improving the number of conversions generated.

  • I utilized the content of the ads to showcase their unique value propositions such as acceping walk-ins, having payment plans available for people with no insurance, numerous new patient specials, and much more.
  • By gearing the ads to focus on advertising Bluffdale Dental main services of Dental Implants and Teeth Whitening, I was able to maximize their ROI.
  • I was able to set up targeting solutions that advertised their main services within a 40-mile radius of Bluffdale, where their office is located and the majority of their patients live.
  • Call and Conversion tracking tools were installed on the site to monitor the ROI from the campaigns. I also maintained a monitoring plan with Google analytics to further improve performance.


Over time, I was able to consistently bring in a high amount of leads and managed to decrease the cost of acquiring such leads. The average revenue per lead generated was higher than expected, considering the challenges of the industry. These results were a pleasant surprise that spurred everyone on throughout the campaign. The new website was a significant factor in the continuous success of Bluffdale Dental. Plus the succinct PPC campaign allowed me to find quality keywords that would convert at a low cost with the appropriate tracking.

A great team to work with. I was impressed by their attention to detail and genuine desire to learn about our company before they took on our ads. They have a very talented design team and their ad copy was also top class.
– Niall Barry, User Acquisition Manager, MyWallSt


MyWallSt is a fintech / SaaS company with the goal of educating their community on investing principles and sharing insights on their set of hand-picked stocks. The MyWallSt app is a hub of educational content, investment analysis, market updates, stock picks of the month, and even allows users to invest through the app by connecting their brokerage accounts.

A subscription to MyWallSt allows access to the top 1% of investment opportunities that are handpicked by the MyWallSt analyst team and consistently outpace the S&P 500 by more than 50%. MyWallSt proves that investing is for everyone, and they will show you how to succeed.

Advertising Platforms Leveraged

  • Facebook Ads
  • Instagram Ads
  • Google Ads
  • YouTube Ads


  1. Fintech is a competitive industry. MyWallSt is a unique platform that offers content and analysis, thus competing with players like The Motley Fool, but is also an investing tool, pitting them against the likes of Robinhood and E*trade. Our advertising efforts needed to clearly and effectively articulate the value of MyWallSt to prospective customers in this busy, competitive market.
  2. Embracing a rebrand. MyWallSt was originally founded in 2008 as Rubicoin, but completely revamped their brand image under the name MyWallSt in 2019. Every rebrand comes with a unique set of challenges that will impact short term advertising performance. The rebrand also came with changes made to the overall conversion process. We had to recreate every conversion action to ensure we were tracking properly and redefine our target audience to match up with the new brand strategy.
  3. App retention rates are difficult to control when basing performance off of app installs. Although we saw a significant amount of app installs, the quality of the install was lacking. The overall conversion rate from download to customer was low.


Evolving Goals

When our partnership began, our goal was to drastically increase the quantity of users on the MyWallSt app, as was the goal they carried over from their previous agency relationship. The bulk of our ad spend was dedicated toward Facebook App Install campaigns, as we felt that was the felt channel to drive low cost app installs.

At the time, our goals were to increase the total amount of app installs given a break-even cost-per-install. The MyWallSt team had determined this cost-per-install based on their average back-end conversion rates.

We achieved these results almost instantly, but over time we realized that very few of these app installs were translating into paying customers. The low install-to-customer conversion rate was just as much our responsibility as it was the clients. We set out to help the client improve the app and the conversion funnel within the app, but we also knew that our strategy needed to be reworked to help increase back-end conversion rate.

While our original strategy was effective in driving low-cost app installs, it was possible that this strategy was acquiring the wrong kinds of app installs, even if they were low-cost installs. We eventually would conclude that cost-per-install is not a metric we should be optimizing for, nor should it be a KPI that we use to evaluate performance. The only KPI that we should focus on is cost-per-acquired customer.

Technical Adjustments

We implemented a new strategy to be more segmented to our highest quality audience. For example, instead of targeting a lookalike audience of all previous app openers, we created lookalike audiences of the top 1% of past purchasers. We wanted to train Facebook’s algorithms to understand which of our users not only opened the app, but actually purchased on the app and would ultimately generate more lifetime revenue.

In order to avoid the issue of customer retention, we changed our goals in both Facebook and Google Ads to focus on users who start their trial as opposed to only app installs. Not only did this change help to increase retention rates, our start trial focused campaigns actually generated a significantly better cost-per-start-trial than our app install campaigns.

We opted into Facebook’s best practices to ensure our campaigns stay efficient, scalable, and are set up for long term success. We used video and created two versions (:30s and :15s) in order to show on both Facebook and Instagram placements. As a result, video has significantly outperformed still-images on Facebook. Campaign budget optimization and automatic placements are among Facebook’s best practices that allowed us to expand our reach and increase algorithmic learnings by showing ads to an audience we did not previously identify as our target market.

Creative Overhaul

The previous creative strategy focused heavily on highlighting the individual companies that were included as part of the MyWallSt short-list of valuable stock picks, and showing how MyWallSt was a place to invest in, and stay informed with news surrounding these companies. We later concluded that this strategy was appealing to the wrong audience – These ads were great at driving app installs, but did not appeal to the savvy investors that would ultimately drive the most amount of value on the app.

We also created a fifteen second version of the video in order to opt into Instagram placements, which ultimately increased our total amount of free trial signups.

Expanding Reach

By successfully leveraging automation across the Facebook and Google Ads networks, we were able to expand our reach to more potential subscribers. When we began our partnership with MyWallSt, it was believed that the ideal target customers were made up of middle aged, first-time investors. Through proper implementation of automation and automatic placements, we were able to profitably expand beyond this limited market and acquire customers from all different backgrounds. Today, our ad campaigns successfully target investors of all ages and levels of experience.


  • Better understanding of goals, attribution and return on ad spend
  • 244% Increase In Free Trial Signups
  • 45% Increase In New Customers
  • 79% Increase In New iOS Subscribers
  • 264% Increase In Profitable Average Monthly Ad Spend