Interesting Facebook ads, Parts 1 & 2

January 17, 2011

Do you ever pay attention to the specially targeted ads that Facebook delivers to you in the right-hand side of your web browser? Recently, advertisers have been working hard to convince me to go back to seminary (I have enough student debt, thank you) or become Roman Catholic (have they not read this?).

Here are a couple of interesting ads that showed up today…

I’ll save you the cost of the book: No, no, and obviously yes if a publisher is willing to pay someone to answer those questions! (I just consulted the Amazon review, and I’m relieved that the author apparently arrives at those same answers.) How do you write a book? Can you make money at it? Is it hard to do? I need to get in on that.

This organization has obviously heard about the high burnout rate among the clergy! It looks like fun!

2 Responses to “Interesting Facebook ads, Parts 1 & 2”


  1. I’m not sure a career change is necessary in order to take advantage of the second ad. As clergy, we just need this training to add to our skill set.

  2. brentwhite Says:

    Maybe we can use it for continuing education credit.


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