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Evaluating Facebook page quality

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by μελαγχολία, May 25, 2011.

  1. μελαγχολία

    μελαγχολία Junior Member

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    Hi all,
    I'm about to buy some status updates from a guy, but before doing so I would like to beign able to evaluate the quality of his pages. He sent me some Insights screenshot but I don't really know what to look at, to know if my link will receive enough traffic or not.

    Could anyone help me?
     
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    facebookdude Elite Member

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    1. Ask him if he has sold status's before and how much has he spammed it.
    If he says anything more than a little bit don't buy.

    2. Look at the comments from users on his wall posts.
    If they are negative like 'stop spamming!' don't buy.

    3. Look at how many people have been unliking the page on his insights.
    Again, if it's a lot don't buy.


    Putting it plainly, the fact that he knows he can make money selling status's means he is some sort of a marketer so more than likely he's spammed. So therefore you might not get as much traffic as you hope.
     
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  3. μελαγχολία

    μελαγχολία Junior Member

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    Thanks for the reply, I took a look at his pages and they don't seemed so spammed, but their posts don't seem to get so many likes either, in my opinion. Some get liked more, but some get only 3 or 4 likes which is very low for a 34k fan page according to me.

    However, if anybody knows of something I can look into the Insights of the page to get a more accurate feel, please let me know. Since he wants just 8$ for a status update on approx. 80k fans I think I'll take my chances anyway because it seems a good price, but I'd like to know anyway.
     
  4. seomonopolist

    seomonopolist Registered Member

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    Start an account and build your own page, I promise it'll be worth it. I have had over 60 orders since I started to market on facebook 3 months ago.
    34k likes should probably only take around 6 months and then you can market to people anyway you want.
     
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  5. μελαγχολία

    μελαγχολία Junior Member

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    Yeah, that's probably a good thing to do and I'm already doing this, btw I've got way more than 1 account already, and I'm try to grow my fan pages as well. Problem is I need a big amount of traffic to launch some other pages ASAP and I can't wait 6 months for my pages to grow
     
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    hmm seems to be fair and fb dude very good points... as far i think if you keep your eyes open you can make out what will make you money and what wont....
     
  7. Jason2010

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    Insights screenshots are probably faked, you could ask for a TV view if the investment is bigger.Of course for few $, no one will bother.
    Through TV you could also see impressions and dates of each post.

    How much fans he has, how many pages, how long does you post stay on top and how long does it stay on the wall?