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Buying Invites

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by sketch, Oct 7, 2010.

  1. sketch

    sketch Newbie

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    I know its a noob question, but i'm looking to increase the numbers of a fanpage, im tossing up between spending the time to do it manually or buying the invites.

    I think i see more value in spending my time at what i'm good at rather than blundering around, and purchasing the invites from someone reputable on here, any suggestions to check out or steer clear of?
     
  2. johnq

    johnq BANNED BANNED

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    If you don't know what you're doing you'll have a steep learning curve ahead of you. Yes you can do it yourself but it will take alot of time and energy and most usually quit because they want it to happen easily - it won't.

    I got lucky, I created a fan page and got 1.6 million fans over a few months. A very sleeper hit among people. Got publishing rights and all.

    I also created a few smaller pages with 50,000 fans that got going pretty quickly.

    Also some other pages that took ALOT of work to get going.

    The point is, you have to work at it. Sometimes you get lucky, like a lottery or playing cards and most (if not all) you have to work at it.

    It definately helps to buy updates from people along with whatever your doing because your increasing your exposure multiples more.
     
  3. sketch

    sketch Newbie

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    cheers john,
    i have a few from 5 to 30k which are directly related to our brand or totally random but i cant seem to get over that hump, i guess also would be, where to start? i.e who sells the invites that would be worth getting to do it etc

    i created one with a friend as a joke which ended up growing super fast, but he sold it when it hit 900,000, i was pretty miffed :\ i'm more interested in having the constant contact than selling the page off.