Facebook Ads are all the rage right now in the business world because of how efficient they can be when it comes to targeted advertising. However, in a stellar display of how resourceful people can be, one Facebook user named Matt Simpson has found yet another innovative purpose for Facebook Ads. He doesn’t have money in mind. Instead, what he’s looking for is a companion, and he believes that Facebook Ads is a better way to go about the process than a couple of cocktails in a bar.
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Using Facebook ads is also more cost-effective than using Match, which costs $34.99 per month. He says that Facebook ads “remove the privacy shroud and deliver insight into (a female’s) intellectual and spiritual nature at 75 cents per click. That’s about 10 clicks for the price of a cocktail that may or may not end up splashed in (his) face!” Really good point there, Matt, if I do say so myself.
Another reason why Matt prefers Facebook is because he has a better chance there of getting a girl than he would if he had been using Match because, according to him “the economy of Match favors women”. All in all, I’d say he has pretty good reasons for using Facebook Ads for dating.
Practical but slightly Creepy
But then again, there are probably a lot of you who think this method is a bit creepy. It’s practical, that’s for sure, but how many women would really click on an ad like that. It’s a tad bit invasive and not many people would appreciate it. Could Matt’s “Hi! I’m an active, aware 30-something seeking a balanced woman like you! Click on my name or pic to learn more. :)” really get him the woman of his dreams? Well, the only way to find out is to monitor Matt’s success. Meanwhile, concerns over the proper use of Facebook Ads will crop up. Facebook is doing little to verify the trustworthiness of the ads being posted there, and if Matt can use the service to find the woman of his dreams, then what other things can Facebook ads be used for? What would Facebook Ads achieve in the hands of, say, a total psychopath with a couple of dollars? The implications are pretty scary to think about, and yet they’re too real to ignore.