“Loose lips sink ships.”
Some people are absolutely raking it in with Facebook ads but many are keeping quiet about it. I’ve got a friend named Bill who turned $12,000 of ad spend into $48,000 in 2 months. Another guy from Central America told me he’s turned $1,000 into $200,000. “Mister R” converted $10,000 of ads into $200,000 of business in one year.
Last night on Facebook FastTrack call #3, Bryan told about a guy who had a highly successful, “evergreen” promotion making money hand over fist. Bryan delivered a basic description of what he was doing. Bryan sez, “If I told you exactly who this guy is he’d kill me.”
On Facebook you *cannot* be an anonymous business. You have to be connected to a profile of a real person.
When the Google gold rush was underway, we collected hundreds and hundreds of testimonials from people all over the world. If they were easy to locate online, they probably had a complex business that was hard to knock off. If they ran a simple business, nobody knew what market they were in anyway.
Things are a little different on Facebook. Not quite as many people jumping up & down saying “Hey look how great things are going for me!” but make no mistake, there’s miles and miles of cheap real estate for sale on Facebook. And people making good coin with it.
My apologies to those on our waiting list who were unable to join Facebook FastTrack. After the deadline we only had 11 seats left and they were quickly snatched up. We wanted to deliver a quality experience. And even with attendance capped we had some logistical challenges.
We’re refining our material and formulating a condensed version. *Stay tuned.* Meanwhile, rest assured that small fortunes are getting turned into large ones on Facebook.
P.S.: If you use Firefox or Internet Explorer, every time you go to Google’s home page you get a persistent “Download Chrome” icon. Yep – Google has popups on its home page! Why???? Cuz they’re afraid of Facebook!
Facebook is the next 900 pound gorilla. If you’re not using Google’s browser while you’re on Facebook, they don’t know what you’re doing. Google wants your D-A-T-A.
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