lexipixel - 2:24 pm on Jul 28, 2011 (gmt 0)
For all those who dispute this, I got over 400 "PAID" students that i teach on my online course that will swear by this method.
I have a hard time taking advice on which horseshoes to buy when the advice comes from a horseshoe salesman.... but hey, I'll give anyone an open ear for a couple minutes.
So, wit dat said...
How cheaply can you "acquire" a new Facebook "liker" for via an ad?
What is the actual CPL ("cost per like") when you factor in all the clicks you'll get from the people who will click the ad only to see what and how you're marketing something (and have no intention of every buying anything as most "recreational" and "social" users of Facebook NEVER click ads unless it's a big brand running a contest).
You may have the only product someone MAY buy -- but it reminds me of the late night infomercials where the "millionaire" will tell "his secrets" of how he made his millions -- all you need to do is buy his books/tapes/whatever.... geez -- that's hard to figure out -- he made the money selling the books/tapes/whatever -- because if he made it selling the real estate, vitamins, health cures, or whatever else he claims made him rich he WOULD NOT be "sharing" the info just because he's a nice guy.
"Pssst... wanna buy a book about how to sell books?" just doesn't have the flashy allure of "Become a Real Estate Millionaire".
If you are still not convinced that your company can make a positive ROI from facebook, contact me directly and I would love to help/work with you.
Not calling your "online course" crap, but your only two posts in the past 5 years on WebmasterWorld have been to get people to call you directly about FB marketing and a "subliminal" mention of your "online course".