Product Name: Facebook Fan Page Explosion
Product Owner: Delilah Taylor
Advertised Price: $7.90
What is it?
Facebook Fanpage Explosion is a 14 page PDF (or video if you purchase the upsell) that teaches one method you can use to market and grow a Facebook fanpage. The idea is to get more likes and followers for your fanpage so that you can convert them into email subscribers and ultimately sales.
In the PDF, Delilah (creator) teaches you how to set up a “multi-vendor event” for your Fanpage. This allows you to do an event — usually a webinar — where you can invite others to come watch and learn from yourself and other marketers in your niche. Then you invite those other marketers and tell them to invite their followers too.
Here's the thing though: You charge those other marketers. You can charge them money, likes or tell them to meet a minimum number of invites to be allowed to participate. You can also make it mandatory for them to purchase your product's or subscribe to an email list first.
They will agree of course, because of the sheer volume of people who will be watching.
At this point you have a webinar with a handful of marketers in the same niche — all of them selling something to the audience. Make Sense?
I wanted to like this product, I really did. It's a unique idea that isn't being taught or used by everyone online. However, I think it's a bit overpriced, confusing and a little shady. Inviting people to attend, what is basically an infomercial just isn't comfortable to me and I think most people would agree. Delilah gets some points for creativity here, but I cannot recommend this product.
Before You Buy
No Warrior Forum product is complete without at least one upsell. In fact most Warrior Forum products have multiple upsells. However, Facebook Fanpage Explosion only has one. And it's an upsell that actually makes sense.
After you purchase the PDF you're taken to a landing page that describes the upsell. It's a simple page that contains a video from Delilah. It looks like this:
In the video Delilah tells you for an additional $9 you can get a video version of the course. Since the course comes in a PDF format, this is one upsell I would recommend, if you choose to buy the product.
Who wants to read a PDF when there's a video covering the same things?
If you decide to go with the video upsell, ($9) you're looking at a total cost of $16.90. Is the product worth that much? You'll have to read the rest of this review and make your own decision on that. But it's kind of sketchy to create a product, then divide it into two parts for the sole purpose having an upsell. Just sell me a product for $15 and include the video + PDF plz.
What I Liked
As I said earlier, I really wanted to like this product. It has a few good qualities and the idea is original. Here's a couple other things I enjoyed.
Just the Facts
One thing this product has going for it is its brevity. It's a very short read and leaves no room for any small talk or generalized information. Right from the beginning Delilah jumps in and starts teaching you how to use the method she's come up with. It's 14 pages total, but only about ten of those pages need to be read. The others are copyright information and things like that.
Easy to Read
In addition to the ebook being short, it was also very easy to read. Delilah used a big font and enough images to illustrate each step perfectly. She included images that showed exactly how she set up her own campaigns and included all the resources she used as well.
She also included a bit of humor, which always makes reading a little better. All that combined made the document easy to follow, and the training easy to understand.
What I didn't Like
The things I didn't like about this product outweighed the the things I did like. That doesn't mean it's a bad product, or that it's not worth checking into. But there are a few things I feel could have been done better.
Follow Up Email Sequence
Ever since I signed up for this product, Delilah has littered my inbox with promotions. The worse part of it is, the emails are totally one-sided. She isn't trying to provide any helpful information or value of any kind to me. Every email has been a sales pitch for one product or another.
If you read the “what is it?” section above then you'll see what I mean. I actually had to read the PDF a few times to really understand the whole idea.
You have to invite people who have to invite followers, while also inviting your own followers. All while charging everyone, except the people who will be buying something at the event. However, they don't even know they're being sold to.
It's just too confusing for me, and seems like more of a ‘trick' than a business plan.
The whole concept felt a little strange. It's kinda like having a yard sale, inviting all your friends to sell, but charging them an entrance fee. Also, you're inviting people to come to the yard sale, only they don't know it's a yard sale. They think they're coming to learn something.
When they show up and see the whole event is nothing but a bunch of people trying to sell them something they won't be happy. It's not really honest marketing IMO, and something your people will get savvy to real quickly.
The product itself wasn't bad, though I disagree with the style of marketing used. I'm certainly not happy about the marketing emails she sent me afterwards.
Having a popular fanpage can boost traffic or help conversions for an existing campaign, but making a full time income from reading one PDF just isn't going to happen for most people. Without a good enough support network or a place to ask questions, most newbies.
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