With the most connected database in the history of the world, why does Facebook even need an advertising "middle-man"? Certainly someone could've innovated a way around this by now, right?
It's time for C2C. Consumer-To-Consumer commerce to the rescue with an ingenious selling mechanism.
Lose the middle-man and say adios to the dread click ad once and for all. It's time "we the people" disrupt them right out of existence.
ONE: Offer Facebook users a "piece of the action" with a rewards mechanism that draws on Facebook friend connections for online purchase referrals, then... to make things interesting, add an exponential factor to the rewards. Watch the video here to see how it works:
TWO: Get rid of the dreaded click ad once and for all. Thanks to Facebook, we're all connected, so why are we relying on vicious, middle-man ad server bots to follow us around online and "tell us what we need to buy"? Instead, rely on friends to refer items they've purchased online motivated by purchase rewards which are distributed to three-levels: friends; friends of friends; and friends of friends of friends. Facebook's mission is all about connecting people, so this method of shopping delivers on that mission to the benefit of all. See how it works here, or watch the video here for details:.
Our platform is called "Buddy Buddy Buddy" for it's three level shopping rewards mechanism. It is an extraordinary marketing tool. A clever solution to a pressing problem that will produce "ethical revenue" for Facebook while it "gives back" to it's user baseinstead of preying on them. So instead of paying for Facebookan idea that has been tossed around, Facebook rewards YOU for nothing more than referring items to your friends that you've purchased online... which you are probably already doing anyway. Thus a new and clever way for Facebook to monetize their massive connections of friends so they can make plenty of money and not piss everyone off.
With a solution like this, consider the $40 billion dollars Google collects annually for click ads, and instead, funnel a significant portion of that "ad spend" back to the consumer via "portable" shopping rewards, while Facebook takes a portion of each sale. It's a Win/Win/Win: Users win, Merchants win, and Facebook wins.
The average pay-per-click ad cost about $1 dollar per click. PPC is 2.7% effective. So the average is 37 clicks at $1.00 each to make a sale, for example. Given this, roughly 30% of the cost to buy a $100.00 pair of sneakers advertised through AdWords for example, goes straight to the ad middle-man: Google. The same sale through BBB would cost the merchant 3% of the sale, or just $3.00 as compared to $30.00. See this Infographic on this page for details.
We've developed a clever plan that uses friend connections to deliver shopping referral rewards that is exciting and fun, while inventing a platform than can start to rid the Internet of the obnoxious click ad and all that goes with it.
By cleverly "getting in between" the online transaction with exponential rewards that go viral resulting from deep social media connections, we've demonstrated that our highly scalable product has the potential to revolutionize online selling, online advertising AND online rewards platforms.
BUT WAIT... The benefits to BBB go deeper than what the above chart has demonstrated. Check out some of these other benefits:
To learn more about how our pay per sale lead generation replacement for PPC advertising works, check out this video, or take a look at this infographic to gain an understanding of the core principles of our platform, or take the time to read about how our system works to deliver a superior advertising experience that does away with the annoying and largely ineffective click ad model finally and completely to the benefit of all.