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Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Dropdown, Sep 8, 2010.

  1. Dropdown

    Dropdown Regular Member

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    Hi BHW :)

    Does anyone how I can monetize my 1.13M fan page? I've tried some things on other pages, not on this one though. Can anybody give me some good monetizing? Thank you :)

    Regards,

    Dropdown
     
  2. Duckyshucky

    Duckyshucky Junior Member

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    You can drive this amount of traffic basically anywhere and make money. Pick an offer that is the same niche as your fan page, use hide refer and drive the traffic there.
     
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    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    Send them to my site...:D
     
  4. Money Man

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    This can get your fan page killed very quickly. A 1.13M fan page is not something I would want to lose.

    @OP: Your best bet would be to either sell it, or link it to a "legitimate" website that you own. If you do not own a legitimate website, get one designed.

    Do not market ANYTHING directly on your fan page. Have all of your CPA offers on your website. Your website should be related to the same niche as your fan page. You can even collect double opt-in E-mail addresses off of your website.

    If you go the legit website route (which I highly suggest), do not start posting status updates every two hours with a link to your website. When you DO post status updates to your website, make sure your offer is not sticking out like a sore thumb. Based on the niche of your fan page and your website, do not just try to push an offer...give them some decent quality content as well.

    If you really want to take this to another level, give the users an incentive to connect to FB using their Open Graph API Protocol. If you go this route, do not break FB's TOS because they will delete your fan page in a heartbeat and blacklist your website.
     
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  5. blackhatter123

    blackhatter123 Newbie

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    Great post moneyman couldnt agree more
     
  6. ariffin246

    ariffin246 Newbie

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    mind to share what is the niche of the fan page ?
     
  7. Gibz170

    Gibz170 BANNED BANNED

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    Man, don't lose it! It is a treasure. Don't do CPA on it yet. Make it legit and USEFUL! This will increase the price 100 time more than the original.

    Good luck!
     
  8. Duckyshucky

    Duckyshucky Junior Member

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    Moneyman,

    That is great advice and a lot of work for a reply. Thank you for correcting me.

    Cheers,
    Ducky
     
  9. DigitalGangster

    DigitalGangster Regular Member

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    The reason is cause facebook changes very quick, back then ppl would have told you to go spam the shit out of it with cpa offers. But as you can see now those responses are changing soon as pages are becoming kinda harder to create due to accounts being road blocked and deleted as soon as they appear.


    Honestly, moneyman is right if you have pages that big just use them for legit advertisement you can even iframe a youtube video on the back and gain instant views (atleast thats what i did) or lower your ctr on your adsense sites.
     
  10. hitman247

    hitman247 Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Don't put a CPA on it EVER. Follow MoneyMan's advice to the letter.
     
  11. Dropdown

    Dropdown Regular Member

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    Thanks for the advice!
     
  12. myapps43

    myapps43 Regular Member

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    I heard about a website called fiverr.com that you can freelance your service. Your ad would be something like:

    "I will send your ad to my 1.13M facebook list for $5"
     
  13. Bossii

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    I'm very interesting to buy your page if you want to learn a lot of money ....

    send me in your PM you e-mail adres to contact for more details

    ps. Only if you are Administrator not another one as a second person
     
  14. radpanda

    radpanda Newbie

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    Moneyman is completely wrong about the limits of your fanpage. A 1.3 million fanpage won't make any good money on it's own...you need a chain of pages.

    That guy has absolutely no idea what he's talking about. He's flat out wrong. Not sure why he got so many props for misinformation.

    Your page won't get deleted. If your sites get blacklisted that you're advertising, just change domains and resubmit the same ones. Unless you have a viral external going though, it's not going to get blacklisted for DAYS.

    Anyway, I won't give out any more information here....but the misinformation when it comes to advertising on facebook astounds me. Half the people here who have forum rep are just posting abysmal information all over the boards. I'm kinda disgusted.
     
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