Created by Bill Winters, Facebook Profits Frenzy is a blueprint for successfully making money through Facebook.
What is the product?
Facebook Profits Frenzy is a training course that takes you step by step through making money on Facebook. This appears to involve using Facebook as a marketing platform for either your own products or products you market on an affiliate basis. Either way this is somewhat speculative on my behalf as Bill Winters actually does nothing to say what his product really is or what it does. Instead you are expected to buy into the notion that Facebook Profits Frenzy is the “quickest and easiest system to make money online”. The rest of the promotional material doesn’t fare much better with an emphasis on the “story” behind Facebook Profits Frenzy and how he beat the guru’s and cracked the code. What little information there is suggests that Facebook Profits Frenzy is a step by step training guide that also comes with a cheat sheet and additional secrets to making money on Facebook included as bonuses.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Facebook Profits Frenzy is free for the first two weeks after which there are two payments every two weeks of $27 bringing the total up to $54. There is a refund policy of sorts in place for Facebook Profits Frenzy with Bill Winters saying that if you can show that you implemented the techniques that he shares in Facebook Profits Frenzy without making money you will not just get your money back, but an additional $100 from him. In terms of income, there are no specific claims made however the promotional material shows accounts allegedly belonging to Bill Winters with deposits of between $500 and $1,000.
Does the product provide value for money?
Given what is apparently on offer with Facebook Profits Frenzy I don’t believe that it does represent value for money.
Facebook Profits Frenzy comes across as adequate at best and frankly I don’t see this as being enough in such a competitive niche. I also have some concerns over the age of Facebook Profits Frenzy as many of the references are to early 2013 meaning this could be almost 18 months out of date depending on when it was put out. Given the rate that Facebook changes at this could leave you paying for worthless information.