I dunno, I have 336 friends, not only are they clicking on the ads, their buying stuff from them. I'm quilty of it myself. I think you guys have it all wrong. I would have to say 75% or better are clicking on them ads. I save a lot of money from ads like ACME stores
Every internet marketing and SEO consultant I know would call your '75% or better' estimate an absolutely laughable and unfounded number... Some models indicate that even if 100% of all FB users clicked on a link once per annum it would only result in LESS than 1% sales or opt-in... That is an atrocious conversation rate... and the reason for it is because the vast majority of FB users use the platform strictly for socializing, not shopping or purchasing.. those that do happen to occasionally click on an ad every once in a blue moon usually fit into the 'curiosity' category.. in other words, 'the picture looks pretty' or 'they've never clicked on an FB ad before, let's see what happens' mentality.. then they almost immediately bounce... they never planned to purchase anything and the opportunity for a conversion or sale never really existed.
Every internet marketing and SEO consultant I know would call your '75% or better' estimate an absolutely laughable and unfounded number... Some models indicate that even if 100% of all FB users clicked on a link once per annum it would only result in
Poeple are too busy on FB arguing among themselves and giving out personal information to click ads. Those that have bought this stock are the victims of the biggest con and ponzi scheme in American history.
if they actually charged their memberz a fee that'd b one thing, but how many moronz actually click on thu Ads? like, y would anyone voluntarily click on an Ad? that's kinda like forcing urself 2 watch commercialz on tv instead of multitasking making dinner lmfao!