Wed, 28 March 2018
Facebook advertisements can feel utterly creepy, but absolute statement sales are downright bad. Today I discuss sales strategies designed to take advantage of your emotions.
Facebook’s data scandal is causing people to rethink their privacy and pay attention to their online footprint. Seeing social media advertisements based on things you have only spoken about is strange enough, but equally disturbing is any media selling based on absolute statements. Articles that catch your attention using fear or greed rarely turn out well for you and it’s always important to know where you’re getting your information from and if it is biased. Other topics include:
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