Facebook presents you many opportunities to make money.
There are several ways that you can use Facebook to make money and you will find discussions about how to do that all over the web. Some good information is linked at the bottom of this page.
That being said, the easiest thing to do is make posts on your timeline. That’s free to do and it reaches everybody.
Facebook has its rules, but generally if you read through them you will find that it is easy to comply with them. ( See links below.)
What you really need is a way to sell a product without having to buy that product. Additionally you want someone else ship that product for you.
No risk, no investment, very little work.
Watering Balls is an excellent product to sell.
You can do that using an affiliate program. Using an affiliate program, you are given a special coded link to a website where the product that you are promoting is located. If a person buys a product through your link, you are paid a commission on the sale.
You can make periodic posts on your timeline promoting different products.
What you post on Facebook is often reposted on your friends timelines. Your links will travel with those posts. And any resulting sales that occur through those posts will provide you a commission.
Choose a product that has high resale potential.
Watering balls on one such product. People will normally start with one, but then come back for more. They also find that they are great gift items. So they’ll buy more for gifts for family and friends.
You can look at the watering balls that you would be selling at this link.
The affiliate program used to sell these watering balls is described at this link.
Join that affiliate program and march through the learning curve. It is free to join, there are no obligations, and you can leave it at any time.
It’s an opportunity for you to pick up some extra money. So give it a try.
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And for more about selling on Facebook, here are some interesting links.
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