The Anti-Bush Facebook Approach To “ACTUALLY” Making Money…

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Dude: “Wait… I’m confused. I thought I knew what I was doing. Ummmm….huh? What was I saying again?”

Is this what you’re doing on Facebook?

Trying to position yourself as a leader, but when you get on there you really have no idea what you’re doing?

Hey it’s ok. This guy got away with it for years.

But that’s not what we’re talking about here. We’re talking about your career. Your business. Your livelihood.

Facebook has become the Mecca for “newbie” network marketers. If you’re just getting started in online marketing, chances are, you’re going to head to Facebook first. And if you’re guilty of doing this, hey it’s ok, Facebook is great…..IF you know how to leverage it properly.

The problem is, most people who are just getting started, have no clue what they are doing. They jump on Facebook thinking it’s this haven for leads from all over the world, and all they have to do is make tons of friends, and their business opportunity will take care of the rest.


That’s what every single person on Facebook is thinking as well.

So if you get a large group of people coming together using the guise of “oh I want to be friends” but they really just want your business….then it becomes a very unproductive platform.

And if you really wanted to, you could sit there for hours chatting with people, trying to build a “relationship”, but it’s a pain staking process and just takes waaay too much of your time.

Now don’t get me wrong, if you’re on Facebook to make friends and keep in touch with family, then that’s great.

But right now, we’re talking about using Facebook as a platform to grow your business.

And at the end of the day, it’s not about how many “Friends” you have in your account, but how many “LEADS” you can generate and how many people you can get to take a look at…. well, whatever you want them to look at.

So here’s the Anti-Bush Facebook Approach To Actually Making Money…


Set up your profile with a nice smiley picture of yourself. Be sure to fill in as much information about your activities and interests (Facebook recommends people based on interests).


Go to the search box inside Facebook and type in different keywords for your industry. This could be industry leaders, company names, industry specific terms etc.

Join as many large groups (>1000 people) as possible. Minimum of 20 groups.


Write compelling ads inside the group, that promote some sort of “value driven” item. It can be a product, it can be training or it can be a clever ad about your business. The more value driven it sounds, the more clicks you will receive.

Be sure to have a strong call to action on the bottom and try your best to write GOOD ads.


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Post your simple ad in ALL the groups you have joined. Do this on a daily basis and be sure to change your ads frequently.

This will give your business much more exposure since you are leveraging the numbers in each of the different groups.

Note: Only post 5 ads at a time. Wait 10 minutes. Then post another 5. Rinse and repeat. Follow this closely otherwise you may get a warning note from Facebook.

This is the most efficient way to market on Facebook, but of course, it can still get a little tedious having to post ads in all the different groups over and over again. Which is why it is important to learn more leveraged strategies just like this.

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Oliver Tausend
Oliver Tausend

Hi Aaron, these are great tips. I would simply add two words of caution: Facebook don't like repetition, especially at short rate. And I think it's also important to have a balance between posting one's own stuff and commenting on and liking other people's stuff. Cheers Oliver