Welcome to today’s Facebook Lead Chef review. FBLeadchef is a software that allows you to search Facebook for groups, pages and events related to any niche you can imagine. Once you’ve identified a group or page within that niche that you would like to target FB Lead Chef allows you to scrape member ID’s and email addresses of everyone who has joined or likes your chosen group, page or event. You now have a list of people who have expressed interest and are actively participating in your niche. There are a lot of ways that you can use this data.
The software installs easily and has a very straight forward interface. There are three ways to search. You can search for groups, pages or events by keyword to discover new communities or, if you already know who you want to target you can enter that URL directly.
A search of the keyword ‘meditation’ quickly returned 30 groups with memberships ranging from +4000 down to a little over 100. The software did what was promised and with a couple of clicks I was able to save all the information to my desktop in *.csv format.
You can narrow down your leads even further by clicking on the ‘passionate members’ or ‘power players’ buttons. FB Lead Chef uses their algorithm to search out the users that are the most active and most followed within the group and delivers you their name, email and ID, just like that.
What you do with this information is entirely up to you. I have used the data within Facebook ads to get cheaper prices and I have also created fake accounts and imported the list of emails using Facebook’s ‘invite people you know’ feature. On the latter I did get a little over 100 friends overnight. They were all people interested in my niche. And even though I did end up getting a warning from Facebook. The account is still active and growing everyday. You can follow my progress using this software at my Facebook Lead Chef Case Study here on my blog.
In summary, this software delivers on every promise made. Its easy to use and quickly spits out results. If you are already advertising on Facebook and looking to get a lower price, or you want to try something a little sneakier this software might be for you. At only $47 if used properly will pay for itself relatively quickly. Here is the sales page – fbleadchef.com
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