Those are the most intrusive TOS I've ever seen for some run-of-the-mill "software" program.
It's almost like the marketplace for their product is a highly competitive one and not an oligopolistic one. o_O
A complete f**king joke TBH. I'm just sitting here laughing at how pretentious they are.
You don't have to say what your niche is, but let me just tell you FB ads isn't for everyone.
If you're selling stupid cat and dog toys, or the latest eBook on "personal finance tips," or whatever, then yea. Facebook ads should be fine.
Let's say you run a locksmith business. Do you run FB...
Long story short:
I went on a 10 hour "outreach" spree today (I'm not gonna lie - I wanted to tear my hair out making all those comments and posts and I felt my blood pressure shoot up at least 30% above normal) and I was like "Yeah, this isn't going to work..." but I already got a lead, LOL...
You are a reminder that if I was slightly more active here in one of my previous 2 ventures, they might not have completely crashed even before I got started.
You are right. I will do what you suggest.
I'll give it another go, but wouldn't your answer be buried underneath an avalanche of existing answers?
Or do you just play the "long game" and wait for views to accumulate? Hmm...I didn't consider that.
After 2 failures (which is why I went into hiding for months and only returned just today, dunno if you remember me ROFL), my proclamation is to
- Get at least one PAYING customer by July 31, 2019; I'm setting up Google Ads tomorrow, I have the infrastructure in place now after spending 2 and a...
This does sound like a great idea for local service businesses. I would use this but unfortunately, my niche is too narrow/specific to warrant this strategy/pipeline. :(
I would probably use it if I have to start some kind of tutoring/test prep/"career counseling" type business.
Here's my take...
I've answered like 20 questions so far and nobody has replied to me despite the good amount of effort I put into each post (and the fact that I'm answering questions well within my expertise). I could be using a very small sample size, but I don't think that's the problem.
Quora seems inferior...
Navigating the New Age of Retail Real Estate
The "retail apocalypse" is leaving commercial property owners between a rock and a hard place. If you plan on starting a local brick-and-mortar and want to reduce your rent, this might be a great opportunity, as the business owner has the...
I did that yesterday. It's not very efficient when half the buildings are owned by a property management company that's off-site and you realized you just wasted 30 min walking around.
Email -> Phone Call -> Direct Mail -> In-Person is the most efficient "pipeline." In-Person is the final...
Writing this entry during my quick 10 min break + eating downtime.
Date: 11/29/2018 (Day 2 of Action)
I've noticed my emails sent per hour rate fluctuates between 20 and 40, depending on how difficult YellowPages makes it for me...let's say 30 emails/hour is the average.
My Process For...
In case anyone's wondering, the red/yellow/green is to signify ACTION.
All yellow cells eventually turn to green or red eventually. Not following up = disaster.
Edit (Almost midnight):
After thinking about what another Insider said, I've decided to use the following progression: