Five Dollar Posts Review

Posted by Admin | Posted in WSO Reviews | Posted on 04-09-2015

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Five Dollar Posts

 

Today I got a review copy for this huge “Fiver Dollar Posts” product. It’s really well done and worth your attention.

Recently Facebook announced a major change with their ad platform that will help YOU build a huge list fast. That means your cost per click (CPC) will now be more affordable, so if you’re not generating as many leads as possible from Facebook while this trend is still hot, you are missing a huge opportunity!

My good friend Ron Douglas has cracked the code on tapping into FB’s 1.44 billion monthly active users to build his list. While other marketers have focused on selling T-shirts on Facebook, Ron has been quietly generating over 500 leads per day with little $5 ads that are laser targeted to specific interests. He calls this system “Five Dollar Posts” and it’s been getting him clicks for as low as $0.02 cents.

Ron has recently sold his “Five Dollar Posts” live coaching from the stage for $997 and it’s currently closed and not yet available to the general public. But Ron is sharing his complete how-to method for a limited time for just $17. Grab it now and learn the proper way to build your list on Facebook the right way!

If you don’t know Ron, he’s the New York Times Best Selling Author who used his Internet Marketing skills to build a huge audience of over 250k subscribers online in evergreen niches such as cooking. His large following led to appearances on Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, NBC News, Home Shopping Network and also a million dollar book deal with Simon & Schuster with over 1.4 million books sold.

This guy is the real deal and one of the few marketers with real mainstream success. Anything you can learn from him about list building, I suggest jump at the chance to do so.

That’s why I strongly suggest “Five Dollar Posts.” Because it’s well done and permits you to finally take advantage the FB Ads in the right way, and especially with the right budget, $5 a day.

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