Last week I introduced you to Brian Campbell and his $37,000 in 10 days Facebook plan. It’s been a little over a week now and I’ve been following it closely. Because people pay more attention to lists, I’ll break it down for you in that format.
- The basic idea is to add at least 500 friends to your Facebook list (strangers) and create a highly populated group within Facebook using those friends.
- Create many more groups and target many more kinds of people (mainly those in high income brackets).
- Send out messages to your groups inviting them to your website/product/seminar etc.
- Update your Facebook status regularly and contribute to other groups your friends belong to. This will assure you keep getting noticed on the network and in turn, get traffic/exposure.
- Leverage the power of your friends list to create a mailing list OFF of Facebook using Aweber to market to your people.
- Try not to kill yourself by the amount of spam and solicitation you’ll receive in the process. I receive about 150 messages and group invites a day from my contacts. Ugh! Most of these invites are worth my time to check out, but there’s the obvious messages I get with the plain affiliate link sticking right out at you. n00bs!
Sure, this is an okay idea for some people. I don’t mind it too much, but it’s not really a surprise or big discovery as to what Brian is suggesting people do. I’ve been doing this for months already. Brian has also created a lot of MP3 recordings and videos that go into great detail on how to achieve and do what he’s suggesting. I won’t call the guy lazy at all, because he’s working his a$$ off, but it’s nothing new.
I’ll give him this though – if you’re a newbie to making money online and growing your contact list, this is a great thing. If you’re a seasoned marketer whose already established and know what you’re doing, this is pretty much extra material you can absorb and not put much thought into.
The main point – how will Brian make $10,000? Basically he’ll be reselling what he taught all of us for free to outside newbies. How clever.
Oh, another point I forgot to bring up… the premise of this whole idea is to get as many Facebook friends as possible. That’s all fine and peachy until you get this screen:
Not only that, but I received an e-mail from Facebook telling me I’m adding too many people in one day (they consider 20+ a day to be too many). Brian Campbell forgot to mention that part of the plan.
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