Facebook just came out with “shops”
26 May, 2020

But Facebook’s algorithm for who sees what is controlled by “them.”

And so:

  • Legit entrepreneurs wasting money on the “hope” system
  • Fuel for the entire economy of “marketing gurus” with lamborghini’s in their living rooms
  • One more point of disconnection between the trust of the buyer and their human connection to the seller.

Pay to play is always a race to the bottom.

What’s the alternative? As with everything Facebook, the alternative remains the same: real relationships.

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