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FB Dynamo: Newsfeed Ads Maestro Review

FB Dynamo: Newsfeed Ads Maestro is a training course covering Facebook newsfeed ads. The course was created by Peter van Zijl and Mark Thompson.

What does the product offer?

FB Dynamo: Newsfeed Ads Maestro comes as a series of 8 step by step videos as well as a PDF that supports the video training. The course itself is reasonably in depth and will teach you the basics of what you need to run a newsfeed ad campaign, from identifying a niche to creating optimal ads. From there it is simply a case of having a product that people will want to buy. Peter van Zijl and Mark Thompson also give access to the FB Dynamo Facebook mastermind.


How does the product work?

Creators Peter van Zijl and Mark Thompson claim that by implementing the training in FB Dynamo: Newsfeed Ads Maestro users can expect to launch a successful ad campaign. They then say that by using this you can sell your product directly to Facebook users.

What is the initial investment?

FB Dynamo: Newsfeed Ads Maestro is very reasonably priced at just $27 for full access to the training course. Further to this there is a conditional 30 day money back guarantee as Peter van Zijl and Mark Thompson say that you must try to make the product work and that this will involve costs of around $5-$10 per day.
What is the rate of return?

They advertise FB Dynamo: Newsfeed Ads Maestro as ultimately being a $95 per day product with the right campaign and product. Because of the nature of FB Dynamo: Newsfeed Ads Maestro though I would expect these results to vary from person to person.

Conclusion

The fundamentals laid out in FB Dynamo: Newsfeed Ads Maestro are almost certainly of use to anybody with an interest in marketing products on Facebook. The price I believe is very fair given what is on offer and everything that is covered is relevant and detailed enough that you have a proper understanding of what it is that you are doing.

That having been said this is really a newbies guide and if you have previous experience with this kind of marketing campaign then you are unlikely to find anything here but old ground.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts