Ever see that little
Very top of the Facebook
I’ve never tried to
click it before, but I did yesterday.
Turned out to be a “public
message” about how Facebook advertising works
…but for regular
Informing members about
their privacy and all that garb. I think it’s funny how people delete their accounts
on FB because they’re upset that their PUBLIC announcements and photo uploads
are not private. Idiots.
It was an interesting
short read tho.
What got my attention
was that it costs Facebook a BILLLION dollars EVERY year to remain free for
WOAH…imagine 1000 MIL
in yearly expense!
A figure that has been
growing every year since 2004.
I know that doesn’t
seem like new information, but it was eye-opening.
When they say Mark
Zuckerberg is worth 6 billion today, it’s kind of a “DUH…OF COURSE”…I mean, if
you’re spending a BILLION bucks a year in business expenses, then the main
shareholders better be taking home a few bil in profit. In 2011 their actual combined
revenue was 3.71 bil.
No wonder they’re not
It’s hardly worth the
bother (or risk) if you’re doing nearly 4 bil in revenue and spending 1 bil in
But they have potential.
Can’t deny that.
See, business is all
about RATIOS –
If you can do
something else that gives a little return with less risk, you do that first
then work on increasing the gap between revenue and expense until you’ve got a
It might need a billlion
bucks before you get to that stage, hey!
Just goes to show, it
takes BIG money to make BIG money.
Now consider, Facebook
is risking 1000 mil to get less than a 400% return.
While Marketers online
are hoping to do 1,000% return with a few hundred dollars in investment…if
It’s funny most
marketers want to have a 6-figure a month business but are so afraid of
spending a single cent. They want all their traffic to be free…and they’re
obsessed with keeping their investment and risk at zero.
If Facebook in all its
glory is failing to do that with a bil/year in expense…what makes you think you’re
going to do better?
I’m not saying you
shouldn’t care about reducing expenses.
And I’m not saying you
can’t START a business with very little capital. I’m sure Facebook didn’t cost
a BIL a year to operate in its early days.
But hey, a business
expands and so do its expenses.
The more it makes, the
more it costs to operate.
So for all you funny
bunnies who wanna have floods of traffic at your site and you’re not willing to
cough up a dime in paid traffic or expenses, here’s an important message for
It takes money to make
And my secret is this…
Start small. Invest
Then take your little
returns, add to them a little more of your own money (after all, if something
you spent $0 on makes $50…you can have a little courage to put that $50 back in
plus another $50 from your pocket).
You make more money.
This brings more
traffic and more money.
Repeat and refine until
you get bored.
Only when you’ve got a
10,000$/month ad budget, can you expect a 6-figure a month return. That’s the
best I’ve seen in this industry. That’s a 1,000% return.
If you aren’t prepared
to do that, then you’re shyt outta luck.
The DIY Super Traffic
Machine is a kit that helps you with the first part–the hardest part:
To turn $0 investment
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Remember Facebook took
9 years to turn a few thousand dollars into a 400% return.
The DIY Super Traffic
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$10,000 (with a little smart re-investment)!
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