The End of Free Traffic on Social Media and the Beginning of a New Era by Edward Azorbo


There’s good news…

And there’s bad news…

Actually, I guess it depends on how you look at it.

From my perspective, it all seems like good news.

You’re reading about a secret that big businesses like Facebook and Twitter depend on.

It’s becoming clearer and clearer that the age of just creating a happy community is quickly becoming a thing of the past.

Every year Facebook’s advertising revenue increases.

And they don’t stop making improvements in their platform that make it ever more efficient.

It’s like a marketer’s wet dream.

If you’re not already…

I’ll say it again..

Get in on it now…

Although I suppose that for people who are obsessed with free traffic, this is bad news…

It’s much the same with Twitter. If you see what’s going on in the United States with tailored audiences, free is out and paid is in.

The big platforms are becoming more and more like traditional entertainment media companies, like TV studios.

It’s all about having audiences divided according to interests, and these platforms are selling you the option of addressing them.

What does this mean for you?

You have to make your Marketing profitable on Facebook.

You have to solve the equation of getting Facebook to work for your business.

A huge new world is opening up before you with an enormous amount of potential customers.

Sometimes there are changes in the marketplace that you have to adapt to.

And this is one of them.


If you follow this blog, you expect to receive news and ideas that are pertinent to Online Marketing.

So I’ll say it again, because I believe it’s very important… You need to be on Facebook. But the Facebook that you pay for…

What’s working for the Rebels on Facebook?


Laser segmentation.

Very powerful.

And very high conversion rates…

Retar geting on Facebook

Facebook Exchange, reach out and touch visitors from your website on Facebook.

Cheap clicks and conversions.

More of the same.

Authority Marketing

Who doesn’t want to be known as the go-to guy or gal in their niche?

Authority Marketing is the solution.

And Facebook is a good channel for it.

By Edward Azorbo