So I recently posted my website here in the community to ask them if it was good, and I got a very good response. I've basically hooked links in my website's posts to affiliates sites like clickbank, markethealth and amazon. Now I'm thinking of ways for promoting it and bringing it infront of people's eyes. Facebook hit me, and I heard posts about people nailing a lot with FB Marketing. I have a few problems and querries that I would like to ask the community here. My website is www.compareacneproducts.com (im sorry I have to show it so I can know) does this website looks profitable if I advertise it using facebook. I know it's hard to tell, but I wasn't able to bring in any visitors to check and test conversions and CPL. Do you think it will work with facebook marketing? I've heard about people using facebook to landing and squeeze pages, but is this fine? Will a budget of $5 per day suffice in advertising for 10 days? I know split-testing will take time and I'm aiming at making my cpc reach if not 1 cent but around $0.20 atleast. I don't have much money to waste generally, I'll be borrowing some cash and putting it in. I've seen videos and read a lot of articles training about split testing. Is it possible in a budget of $5 per day? I think I'll be able to split-test my way to a lower cpc and higher ctr in 10 days. How much is the ideal amount of cash I should have according to you for marketing in facebook? I'll actually be re-investing whatever I make so I'm just curious about the figures for a startup in marketing. I ran an ad yesterday on facebook just for a day. $5 perday campaign, got only 4 clicks, cpc sucked at $1.2. According to my knowledge it's because it only ran for a day. In order to increase my cpc I'll have to improve ctr, and to improve ctr I need to split-test more, thus need more time. So basically I need more time to get my cpc to be lower. Am I right? Thank you.