How Facebook Helps Shady Advertisers, Affiliate Marketers

“THEY (FACEBOOK) GO OUT AND FIND THE MORONS FOR ME”
Bloomberg’s Zeke Faux previews Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress and how the company aids advertisers. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Carol Massar and Tom Keene on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Bloomberg News writer Zeke Faux met with affiliate marketers at a conference in Berlin, and learned that affiliate marketers love Facebook because the social media company’s ad platform has “revolutionized the game” for affiliate marketers because Facebook’s powerful ad platform helps marketers find the most gullible people to prey on with their sucker products.

Facebook has an abundance of personal information about users’ likes, dislikes, content that makes them angry, etc.; which helps affiliate marketers.

Faux says Dr. Oz is a popular public figure that is commonly used to scam people with fake endorsements for health products that have no connection with Dr. Oz.

Zeke Faux writes articles about finance, investing and Wall Street for Bloomberg News and Businessweek magazine from his office in New York.

NOTE: Since October 2017, Arlingtoncardinal.com has prohibited hundreds of fake and misleading ads from displaying on Arlingtoncardinal.com. Some of these ads involved false endorsements or fake news headlines connected to Dr. Oz, Joanna Gaines, Kevin James, Sally Field, Vanna White, Joel Osteen, and many more.




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