Don’t Use Facebook’s Boost Post Feature
I did a little test that shows some interesting results on this newsfeed ad.
By the way, the product I am promoting in the ad is excellent. If the offer is still available, you can pick up a copy here for the cost of just shipping and handling.
The ad is actually converting great. I keep getting more sales (now that I am no longer suffering for the Boost Post decision. And I’ve seen some top marketers ordering through that link also.
I also recommend you check out this other video that talks about Facebook’s fraudulent clicks and suggests that Facebook has an overseas in-house “click-farm”
Well worth watching carefully.
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Great video! I had heard that boosting your post was not the best way to go, but I had no idea it was this bad. It is so easy when you are in a hurry or on your phone, etc. Never again! I checked some of my posts that I had boosted and 100% were from Mexico and to make it even worse the majority were in the 13-17 year old range. Total waste of money.
Thanks for the heads up on this.
You don’t know until you try! Glad my video help you look deeper into your own results. And thanks for sharing your “boost post” results to help validate.