Would you ever pay Facebook $7 to "promote" a post?
nchristine 1 year ago
So Facebook has started offering not only businesses but individuals the ability to pay $7 to promote their individual posts. I can maybe......just maybe......understand why a business would pay to increase the visibility of a specific post and stick it at the top of everyone's feed. Would you personally every pay $7 to have Facebook promote your own posts? My personal reaction is that if my FB friends start paying at getting their posts at the top of my feed they are going on the short list for de-friending PDQ.
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