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  1. Great article. Facebook is definitely still a high-potential platform, but marketers need to approach it differently than they did just a few years ago. Pay-to-play is now the way to go, but even then you have to adhere to certain stipulations, and the content you’re promoting needs to have the right message, with the right visuals and other components in order to have the desired impact.

    1. Precisely Anthony. Thank you for joining the conversation.
      You are right.
      Facebook has changed. Today, it looks like an exclusive league for the big boys only. Speak about the drastic changes on the platform!
      But entrepreneurs, small businesses, and startups still have hope of utilizing the phenomenal potential of reaching their prospects via Facebook.
      There are outstanding success stories – No wonder project Libra, the new cryptocurrency is in the offing.

  2. Those are very interesting statistics you’ve shared there!
    I briefly tried selling/showcasing products on Facebook and immediately realized how hard it is to reach your target audience there without paying for ads.
    I haven’t heard of MLM Gateway before, but it sounds like a good deal, so I will be looking into it. SuccessCenter also sounds like a great tool that I could definitely benefit from!

    1. Ray, you remind me how a while back all a Facebook user ever longed for was a friend request. (Chuckle…) Did we have anxiety as high as reported today?
      When working with loyal users of the Facebook platform, you have no choice but to know how to exceed their expectations. Obstacles and challenges are the way.
      Feel free to follow the links in the post to try the programs. Do not hesitate to reach out, even if it’s just to share your experience. Thank you for taking the time to read..

  3. Great suggestions here! The only one I’m a bit confused about is MLM Gateway – I understand it’s not only for MLMs, however I worry that by using it I’m contributing to something that can give them more of a platform, if that makes sense. Do you know of any similar sites that aren’t directed at MLMs? (just makes me feel a bit uneasy using something that mentions MLMs in its name)

  4. Adel Hafez says:

    Great article Hazlo, I liked all information came in here .. but I think we have to look for all factors .. like the client or receivers level of understanding and interaction taken from their side .. in some places people are misusing the platform.. Just a though came to me while reading .. Many thanks for your efforts to lighten our vision..

    1. Adel, your support is invaluable.

      Remember the saying that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure? Who should dictate and inform the strategy that you use to exceed their expectations? The end-user, and buyer of your product, service or program. The successful always lock in with the community of buyers first. Not in creating the product or service or program first and go looking for someone to sell it to. The reversed process – creating first – is what leads to the misuse of rock-solid platforms on the internet. It is a trend that needs a complete overhaul. Let’s start from finding the buyer first, then lining up the sale and working backward. Won’t the success stories will be different?

  5. Visiting from the Inspire Me Monday link up today. Facebook is crazy! Thank you for this really informative article.

    1. Marielle,
      Your fervid feedback resonates with many Facebook users. You just need to hop into other online forums and read their experiences.
      Then there are the big boys who do not mind splurging on the platform like there is no tomorrow!
      When a valuable social media platform like Facebook evolves, the user has two choices – to either adapt or look elsewhere.
      There is something for everyone!
      H E