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Offline Europan Ocean

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Facebook adverts and paid services?
« on: 31/07/2013 14:32:21 »
Hi, I am now doing a facebook advert and want the paid services, but want to keep a safe budget. So far I have not used my credit card, thinking of four days of paid adverts and a small cost to me. I am interested in people who have tried this and can type from experience.

my page is www.facebook.com/EducateEast


 

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Re: Facebook adverts and paid services?
« Reply #1 on: 31/07/2013 18:36:11 »
Hi, I am now doing a facebook advert and want the paid services, but want to keep a safe budget. So far I have not used my credit card, thinking of four days of paid adverts and a small cost to me. I am interested in people who have tried this and can type from experience.

my page is www.facebook.com/EducateEast



If you really "like" Randy Clark, of the "Global School of Supernatural Ministry",
then you shouldn't be allowed to have a credit card ...



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« Last Edit: 31/07/2013 19:21:53 by RD »
 

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Re: Facebook adverts and paid services?
« Reply #2 on: 01/08/2013 12:42:42 »
Most English affiliate with a church I am surprised some raise mention of such things.
My likes in the attached page being discussed are a digression from geek speak.

 

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Re: Facebook adverts and paid services?
« Reply #3 on: 01/08/2013 14:06:38 »
The initial questing is a digression from computer geekery : it’s about whether or not you should go into debt to pay for advertisements in an attempt to increase revenue: effectively a question about financial investment.

If you’re not perceptive enough to see through Randy and his associates then IMO you shouldn’t be borrowing money to invest in anything, ( I'm doing you a favour by pointing this out ).
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Re: Facebook adverts and paid services?
« Reply #4 on: 01/08/2013 14:21:30 »
The EducateEast page is a charity and activism with good will. Randy is a like not a matter posted in a science forum. The situation is that many thousands of I think, naive youth go missing each year from Hungary, Poland, Russia... so I want to ask for them to be educated about the nature of business and corruption with regards to human trafficking. Studying for hours the matter of crossing borders.

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