Drums, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/16/2013 -- A series of videos and ebooks that show you strategies on how to succeed with Facebook Ads, FB Ads Insider, has been creating waves on the web. It has caught the attention of users on the consumer reviews web page, LikeMe.net, where members have been looking at its merits: http://likeme.net/product/13975/fb-ads-insider/
FB Ads Insider is an information product from Amy Porterfield. It was unveiled a short while ago, to much anticipation. A lot of the media hype was because of the boasts of Amy, who says that FB Ads Insider is "a downloadable guide with simple steps to follow in helping you to grab more fans, and more profit." However, this kind of claim is bound to be controversial.
The controversy has manifested itself on the LikeMe.net site, where users have jumped into the discussion. One comments on the intro video and why it works, saying "I actually quite liked this intro video. Not so much for the content - I'm…". Another comments on that facebook advertising hasn't really worked out for them in the past, saying "I must say I don't actually rate Facebook advertising that highly. I did try it, but I…". Individuals wishing to get into the discussion and look at the full gamut of views can do so here: http://likeme.net/product/13975/fb-ads-insider
Things of this nature often draw vehement opinions. The vendors are offering something that resolves a lot of problems for many people. However the question consumers often have is - is the solution legitimate? In the case of FB Ads Insider, it appears that the debate on this matter will continue.
LikeMe.net is a privately owned online venture. Their website provides user reviews on a variety of goods and people. They integrate with the Facebook API to allow end users to seamlessly talk about their Facebook friends.
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