Absolutely not! The ads are the same sponsored ads you may or may not notice on the right hand side of your news feed. Facebook chooses who sees these ads with their advertisement algorithm based on people’s interests. Ever Google something and all of a sudden you are on Facebook and like magic you are seeing ads pertaining to what you were searching? This is how Facebook Ads work!
Referral and monthly payments are sent through PayPal. PayPal makes it easy to get paid securely anywhere you do business.
For box payments your cube must be plugged in for a full 30 days, then the following month your payment will be sent.
We use Splashtop to protect our users. With Splashtop, users have to accept a connection request every time an account manager needs to connect. This is just used one time to confirm you qualify. Alternative desktop sharing software includes, “Chrome Remote Desktop” and if you do not own a PC ask your recruiter for alternative methods.
There are no risks to the personal side of your account. We create a backend in order to separate your personal account from your business account. We create and use what is called an Ad Manager. To control their ad content, Facebook occasionally flag Ad Managers but this affects our ads only. If you want to run a promotion in the future, you can simply create a new one.
Your Facebook credentials will be needed for the initial setup through your ad account and continual maintenance of the ad campaign throughout the life of the campaign. Your credentials are stored on a closed network and will not be available for viewing or be susceptible to data leakage. Your information will not be sold or shared. Your privacy is our first priority.
The majority of our clients are small businesses in the heath, fitness, and lifestyle industries. Our ad campaigns represent their products.
WHAT IS THE CUBE?
It is a small device that plugs into the back of your router and into a wall outlet for power. When a campaign is run through Facebook they prefer the campaign to be run from your IP address. This device simply allows us to run our marketing campaigns through your IP address remotely.
Yes. Facebook provides access to users to create ads via our personal ad accounts. You may allow others to help you in creating ads by adding them as an Admin to your fan pages. This is exactly what our advertisers do. If you do not have a fan page, our Advertisers will create one for you and run ads from that page and monitor the page. Each ad goes through vigorous inspection by Facebook before they approve it to run. We run ads according to Facebook policies.
We have plenty of our own accounts, but no matter how many we have, Facebook sets a Ad Spend limit on each account. By working with people like you, it allows us to expand our Business to reach more ideal customers.
When Advertisers go into your ad account to set up the ads, they enter their company payment information, so it is the company that gets charged, not you.
This is the cube which is described above, you will plug it in to the back of your router using the cords it comes with, once it is plugged in your will contact your sponsor.
**Before joining make sure YOU are the owner of the router or you have permission from the owner, we have too many people join and then get the box in the mail then say they aren't allowed to plug the cube in.
By joining you are agreeing to keeping the cube plugged in for the duration of the ads which can run from 1 month up to 6 months, if you plan on unplugging the cube then you should just not join to begin with, the cubes cost approx. $100 for the company to make, program and ship so by you getting the cube and just deciding you don't want to plug it in or unplug before your ads are done this costs the company money. Also once we start running an ad campaign and you just randomly unplug the cube then our advertisers are not able to access the campaign therefore cannot manage the payment for the ads so you may get stuck with the payment, so please do not unplug cube once you plug it in until the ad campaign is over.