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Plot twist: you get better marketing than they have. That's literally the only way.
It doesn't matter if your product or service is "better" or whatever.
You know who has better hamburgers than McDonald's? Pretty much every place. You know who has the better marketing? McDonald's.
Yes-- Facebook's main goal is to make money using their real estate. Your ad is so niche that you are going to have trouble with "cheap" ads either way.
My question is why bother with "cheap ads"?
If someone is interested in your ad and if your ad is WRITTEN WELL ENOUGH to get targeted leads, then even two dollars per click should be an INSANE ROI once you lease out that desk.
Either your offer is bad, you ad is bad, or something is going wrong.
A buck per lead to sell a desk for 12 months is insanely profitable. I would sell desks every minute of the day at those rates.
Unless you are sure the company will be successful, don't do it. Everyone and their mother has a "groundbreaking startup" nowadays. Even 50% of $0 ends up being nothing. Don't get blinded by being "CEO of a startup." Always take a step back and look at it for what it is.
If you ARE sure of the product, it really depends on what you're bringing to the table.
Yes, one great and successful app can, most definitely, make you painfully wealthy. All that matters is that you market and position it correctly.
Your age doesn't matter. Julia Child became Julia Child, as we know her, at the age of 50. FIFTY! Before that she was just a normal person.
Don't let anyone tell you that your goals and dreams are unreasonable.