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Facebook Marketing Introduction

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Akkimik, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. Akkimik

    Akkimik Regular Member

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    Posted this one on Jr Vip a week ago and I decided to post it on the outside Jr Vip.


    From all the testings and experiments, me and my partner have decided to write an introduction of how we market products or businesses on Facebook. We've been doing this for quite time and this might help you out guys. Let me know your feedbacks.


    FacebookMarketing
    Introduction:


    Everyonehas done this FB stuff wrong. They spam. They make accounts that last like tenminutes. It's not the smart way to do things. And it doesn't make the realmoney. This is how to do it, and this is how to make the money. But this is nota short term game. This is a long game. But it is worth it. Every other FBmarketing concept has been based on advertising for other people's products andbusinesses. But instead, this is where you should start, and where you need toend is as the business owner yourself.


    When building profiles, they have to be real, they have to be geo-locationspecific. Also, it doesn't have to be about the US anymore. It first startswith your own country, and then also, you can saturate any country in which youare fluent in the language. They also have to post about normal stuff, funnystuff, and only rarely about a business or club, etc. They can also talk abouta product or website or whatever. In fact, instead of just advertising for someother guys website, you need to make your own website, that sells stuff orprovides a service, and then advertise through status updates to as many peopleas possible.


    The main costs, time, etc-- Getting accounts created (get email addresses inbulk, and then get a good pva provider), then fill out the account infothoroughly, add friends slowly, and send out status updates over time, butnothing about business stuff at first for months and months. This is a longgame, not a short game. Make accounts for every single little town in the countrythat you are targeting. Start with your home country. Meet local businessowners in your country, and show them that you can send people their way. Youhave to show them results before you can sell them anything. Night clubs, bars,restaurants, and local entertainment venues are the best place to start,because their owners are more open to alternative advertising. Then, on anational level, you need to start making contacts with whoever makes a movie,television or music in your country. Again, you have to be able to show localentertainment venues what you can do before you can talk others into it on alarger scale. This is all about raising money, and buying more accounts. Onceyou have a ton of accounts, with a ton of friends, then you can start thinkingin terms of starting your own business or websites. Again, there is way moremoney in this then there is in advertising. If you have a web site that sellsstuff to your home country, and or a product that you can sell, you will makemore money selling that directly then you ever will advertising someone else'sproduct. And if you are able to get 1,000 accounts, and slowly build eachaccount up to 3,000 friends, then that is 3 million people who will see yourstatus updates over time, all the time. That's like advertising during theworld cup every single day on the television to your home country. It doesn'tmatter if you sell toilet paper or shampoo or music, or whatever. Hell, you canactually sell all of those things, and from different websites too. And youradvertising will reach everyone in your home country that has a computer. Forfree. Every single day.


    What's important is not just doing this in the US, because this market isalready pretty saturated, and trying to reach business owners in the US has tobe done in person, like in many countries, culturally. Other countries have nothad as many marketers focusing on them. In the US, people are more likely toflag accounts and they end up getting banned. Other countries, not as much. Butbottom line, the accounts have to be done to last- for years. And you have tobe fluent in whatever language you are doing status updates in, because if youdon't know all of the slang and grammar and popular culture stuff, youraccounts will be worthless. If you do things this way, you will be able toslowly over time be able to advertise to millions of people. Not posting links,not sending messages, not tagging people in pictures.


    You also need to be able to talk to business owners and people who are makingmovies in your country that you are targeting, because contacting people inperson and talking with them that way is the only way to go for some cultures.I cannot understate how important this part is. You need to have a 30 secondspeech memorized to explain what you can do for local owners of businesses.


    Whatyou need to do is post status updates, 3 or 4 each day, and allows everythingto grow over time. And after a few months, then you start to mention a nightclub, or local music, or television show and talk about how good it is, howmuch you like it. And then you start talking about a book that is for sale inyour country, and trust me, lots of people will start to buy it. If you talkabout anything (a product, a business, a movie), and how good it is, and youare having your status updates seen by millions of people in your country, itwill work.




    And think of this: If you sold a product for 10 Euros, and you are reachingmillions of people on your status updates, you might get a thousand people tobuy it. That's 10k in the bank. And you sell 50 different products, well, youget the point. This is something that takes time. But it makes a ton of money.All the smart guys are already doing it.
     
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  2. LuMee

    LuMee Registered Member

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    Thanks for the info buddy!
     
  3. sheep123

    sheep123 Junior Member

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    awesome info. I think imma get into facebook instead of email marketing :D
     
  4. ianvictorgabon

    ianvictorgabon Junior Member

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    hey kabayan... thanks for sharing this!
     
  5. Blackdragons

    Blackdragons Junior Member

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    Great introduction, cheers mate :)
     
  6. Intruder

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    wonderful info... already doing it for like 3 months....
    I currently have 25 account and planning to get 500 the next month :)
     
  7. digitalnurga

    digitalnurga Newbie

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    are you, by chance, selling some facebook accounts?
     
  8. aggressive

    aggressive Newbie

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    Some usefully and very interesting info you've posted.. I will definitive try to do this, the majority of people who try to do this, they give up because they simply don't have patient.
     
  9. Knorc

    Knorc Newbie

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    I really agree with you Akkimik.
    You have to be a bit schizophrenic. Like pages, play apps, post updates and add friends slowly.
    I'm doing that since a year with 10 accounts and it works well. But I don't know how you can manage that with 1000 accounts as you said !


    Two more tips :

    • Prefer female profiles. It's really easier to get friends and interact with them.
    • Build relationships between your different profiles. You can for example post pictures with them together.
     
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    This is more beneficial to the OP who sells facebook accounts, I myself would be interested in buying them, but I think there could be a motive behind this post.

    I do alot on facebook, and I can honestly say you can't run 1,000 accounts, it just won't ever happen the way your saying it. To do things like that you need bots and private proxies which cost $$$$$.

    Realistically you can use 10 accounts to promote whatever you want, but your not taking into consideration all your time maintaining this many accounts, it's just not worth it.
     
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  11. Akkimik

    Akkimik Regular Member

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    Actually there are 4 parts of this articles, those parts are the explanation and step by step ways on how to do the strategy on facebook.


    Yes I do :)

    Managing thousands of accounts is possible if you know what are the ways to make your accounts last long and ofcourse it takes a lot of proxies.

    It happened because we are managing thousands of accounts :) And yes, you need a lot of proxies for the accounts and we don't prefer bots because it might shorten your accounts life. Doing it manually is much better.