Posting Ads on Facebook For Money
When browsing on Facebook, if you’ve ever seen an ad like this
Then you have witness someone making money with Facebook ad arbitrage.
But how does this even work and can you make as much as thirteen hundred and seventy seven dollars a day with Facebook ad arbitrage?
Well, that’s what we’re going to be talking about.
Now, first, I think it’s very important that you understand how this concept of arbitrage works.
Arbitrage is simply the art of buying low and selling high.
Let’s take a real world example.
With gas prices right now, gas prices are an astounding dollar and ninety one cents per gallon. This is the lowest we’ve seen in years.
Now, if I was to go out there and purchase 20, 50 gallon barrels of gasoline at a dollar ninety one per gallon, that would be 1000 gallons of gas.
That cost me $1,910
And if I buy this gas low at a dollar ninety one a gallon and sell it when it goes up to three dollars and 50 cents a gallon, that would equal fifteen hundred and ninety dollars in profit for me.
But the downside is that I have to have all these barrels of gas and I need to wait around and hope for the prices to go up soon so that I can make a profit. Or I could go into the gas and oil’s future market and simply bet on the rise of the price of gas.
And I’ll make money when gas goes back up again and I get to pocket the difference.
This is known as arbitrage, the art of buying low and selling high.
It’s very easy to do, but in examples like this, he got to have a big investment to make it worth your time.
We see this happen all the time with forex trading and day trading and all kinds of stock trading where people are buying low and selling high and making fortunes every single day using the stock market.
This is the goal of every day trader to buy something low in the morning and sell it at a high price before the day ends. But what about people who don’t have a bunch of money to risk? Enter Facebook ad arbitrage.
Follow with me here.
A guy just browsing on Facebook isn’t worth much of anything, quite simply because we don’t know who he is or what he’s interested in. This is why right now Facebook ads are dirt cheap.
You can advertise to thousands of people for pennies on the dollar. But what if I took that same Facebook guys and put an ad in front of him about refinance rates or perhaps garaged organizer or vacation rentals or stock market by tips by getting that same guy on Facebook?
That wasn’t worth much to click one of these ads I have instantly and for zero cost increase the value of that Facebook user.
This is Facebook arbitrage.
We buy generic views super cheap and lead them to things that pay more money.
For example, did you know that right now people are paying as much as $5.70 cents a click over on Google AdWords for the word Garage storage systems
and up to $31.00 for refinance rates or $4.76 for vacation rentals and up to $7.94 for buying stocks.
And I can inflate the price of the clicks simply by finding people interested in these topics. I simply create a Facebook ad and run it to people browsing Facebook. I then take the visitors who click on that ad and send them to a simple three to five page web site describing whatever the topic was they clicked on.
And because my simple site is based on words that have a high value, it will then trigger ads from whatever ad platform I’m using and when they’re clicked on, I get paid. That’s right. I don’t even have to sell anything. I just get clicks on ads and I could do this all day long. One of my big sites about refinance average over 13 hundred and seventy seven dollars a day using this exact method.
Now you want to be careful and follow all the terms and conditions of the paid search engine you’re using so that you don’t step on any toes. But for the most part, this can be done very easy. You can also do this with CPA, affiliate offers, click bank and anything else that fits your topic that pays you money. And the key to making this work is instantly inflating the value of your click by figuring out a little bit more about your visitor. Each and every time if you’ve got a guy on Facebook, they don’t really know a lot about him. But if he clicks an ad, then we know a little bit more about him and we know what he’s interested in. And we can serve ads to him based on that.