Tried to launch a very small campaign for my brothers book on Facebook and I will let you know that having to deal with their advert interface was a pain in the butt. After spending 30 mins just trying to narrow down the campaign to targeted people, I gave up as I couldn't even filter people out who hadn't graduated high school. Dealing with the scrolling was also terrible. FB lost out on a small sale but I don't think wall street will care as FB has the backing of the C.I.A and D.A.R.P.A. :o(
I listed 5 instant win coupons from the Jewel Monopoly game for products such as Kleenex, shampoo, etc. Since the tickets were already open, and a known winner, there was absolutely no "lottery" or "gambling" involved with this listing. But eBay took it down for lottery/gambling like the drones they are. When I called to have them reinstate the listing ASAP and had the person go through the listing and showed her there was no gambling involved, she didn't have the authority to relist and it would have to be sent to another department for consideration. How useless is this for eBay and the shareholders when the whole value of the instant win coupons was only about $5.00 and their commission maybe a total of $0.80. It will cost eBay probably $15.00-$30.00 just to get it through the bureaucracy, if not more. eBay needs to empower their employees so they can save the company millions of dollars each year!