and then Facebook ads. It is not fun for me, but people who are using their analytics and who are getting in there and using their Facebook ads widely and kind of doing a combination because you can purchase an ad to be on the sidebar of you know how when you post on your Facebook page and then you'll be going through your home feed and Facebook will make an ad from your most recent post. Just paid for this, and we are needed for you for $5. So that's a sidebar ad. Then if you post something to YouTube and you just wanted to get more traffic, you can pay to promote that post. So you would basically post an image of link text to Facebook, and then once it's published, its on the wall, there will be an option that says to promote when you're logged in. On the third is when it's like a post in the newsfeed. But it's almost reads like an ad, and it can. It takes you away from Facebook, takes you outside of Facebook, so the 1st 2 and that's typically like a lead magnet type thing. Come find...
out the three step if you come join me over here, whatever. I'm gonna give you my recipe for being water. I'm sorry. It's just so funny. I have to give using it. So that third type of status, I think it's a status. Add I can't remember. I'll have to look it up, but you'll know when you're looking in your promotions, you can pick and choose which one you want to dio. So pull it with that. Yeah, And the great thing is that you can just try and, you know, like I need time. I should think you make that in something called Adds manager on Facebook. It's like a black arts. A black post. Yeah, exactly. So what she thing is, if you intentionally want to go on, make an ad, it's one of the features. So Black adds manager as manager under you in your settings in your channel settings, not channel. We're on Facebook page settings. Yeah, so or, I mean, because they're always wanting you to pay to promote on their site. It almost always will be, like, turned this into a promoted post or turn this into a sidebar ads. So sometimes you don't even have to do anything out of the box. But, I mean, I know people personally who do really well with this. I mean, they grow their instagrams with it. They I mean, they kind of rotate. They build their newsletters with it, they're building their YouTube channels with it, or they're better yet sending traffic to whatever their service or product is. So, um, Facebook. I mean, I know it's frustrating, but don't ignore it too much because you could be missing out on some really great traffic opportunities. That is, if you're willing to pay of course posts all you know regularly, consistently the free post. But when you really want a big impact, I think it's worth it to throw a couple bucks and have a post promoted.