Table of Contents
- What is it?
- Short Review
- Before You Buy
- What I Liked
- What I Didn't Like About Facebook Traffic Domination
- Final Review
Product Name: FB Traffic Domination
Product Owner: Francesco Iantrono
Advertised Price: $5.95
What is it?
FB (for Facebook) Traffic Domination is a forty-page ebook that promises to teach you how to get lots of traffic to whatever you’re trying to sell online. The premise is that traffic is more important than anything else, so if you have traffic, it doesn’t matter what you’re selling.
Unfortunately FB Traffic Domination is a dud. It’s light on information, and although the product itself is fairly cheap, it's heavy on added costs. I definitely wouldn’t recommend buying it.
Before You Buy
There are a couple of upsells you’re asked to consider purchasing after you purchase FB Traffic domination.
The first upsell is a product that promises to teach you how to find the best types of products to promote. The sales video did not mention whether the product was another ebook, a video or some other type of course.
All that’s known is that it’s supposed to help you make money money by showing you how to find great affiliate offers.
This upsell will cost you an additional $15.
This upsell is supposed to teach you how to make money using Facebook Groups.
Again there was no mention of whether it is a video, an ebook or something else entirely. I guess we will have to pay to find out.
This one costs another $21.
With both upsells it’s difficult to say whether they’re worth the money or not. The sales pages are too vague. So judging on that alone, I would definitely not spend the money. In what world do we have to pay to find out what a product is? No thanks.
What I Liked
There’s not much I can say here. I really didn’t like much about this product. I always try to find at least one thing though…
One thing I noticed about FB Traffic Domination that haven’t seen a lot is, Francesco has offered personal support. Or at least it appears that way.
So many products don’t offer any type of support, while others offer minimal support in the form of a third-party support desk, which only help with technical problems.
However, Francesco seems to have his personal email address right there on product’s download page.
This is something I’d like to see more of, especially for products that don’t have a forum or some kind of community.
I’m still not sure how much support is actually offered through this email address, if any at all. For all I know at this point, it could be there strictly for appearances. But I have sent an email asking a few questions, so we’ll see what happens. I’ll update this post with any response I get.
If you don’t see an update here, then you will know that email address is there for appearances and only, and that no support is offered with this product.
I certainly hope that’s not the case but time will tell.
What I Didn't Like About Facebook Traffic Domination
Missing Important Information About Facebook Ads
Usually with products like this one — products that preach the use of Facebook ads — I can at least say that you can learn a little about Facebook’s advertising dashboard. However, that just wasn’t the case with FB Traffic Domination.
In fact, it barely talked about Facebook ads at all.
I do believe that Facebook ads are a great source of relatively cheap traffic, so I don’t mind giving a product creator some props if they teach their buyers a little something about them. But if you create product centered around using FB Ads then you have to give enough detail about them so that the buyer knows what to do. That didn’t happen here.
With the exception of a few short paragraphs and a couple screen shots you’re given practically ZERO instructions. It’s almost like the Facebook stuff was thrown in as an afterthought. I would understand that more if the product wasn’t literally using Facebook in its title, and as a main selling-point for their product.
Francesco gives more instruction on how to setup your email software than he does about Facebook ads.
The “FB” in the title should stand for “Forgot Bro”. That would be more like it.
To follow the method Francesco lays out in this product you’re going to have to spend more money. That’s true in most cases. It’s unlikely, in any event, that you could spend five bucks and make several hundred — at least not in the beginning of any venture.
But spending a little more and spending a lot more are two different things. In order to even get started with Francesco’s method you’re going to need a minimum of $180 more. To be fair, Francesco does mention this is the ebook. But that’s not all the money you’ll need to spend.
Francesco suggests spending about $50 on Facebook ads, but he doesn’t give you an idea how often you will need to spend that. He just says, “$50 is a great place to start”. If you’re hoping to turn this into a real business you should probably be prepared to spend at least that much every couple days or so — and remember, this is a minimum we’re talking about here.
The biggest cost — at least for getting started — the Optimize Press software, which is a landing page creation tool. It’s definitely a good tool, and I know a lot of people use it, but that doesn’t make it affordable for beginners.