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FB Advertising

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Jiddy101, Oct 10, 2014.

  1. Jiddy101

    Jiddy101 Newbie

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    As an owner of a large facebook page, is there money to be made by allowing people who make products in my niche market to pay me so they can be advertisers on my page?

    I dont feel that someone would pay me so they can pay FB.
     
  2. rajiced

    rajiced Junior Member

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    Sure you can make money by tie up with the niche products and advertise on behalf of them...



    Why it is better?
    Ads are costlier comparing to page.
    You have established network, people may tend to buy coz of your established image.


    But Choose the products carefully .
     
  3. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    There's tons of money to be made doing this.

    It's just like owning a big website and using adsense to monetize your traffic.

    This type of deal happens across a lot of social networks.
     
  4. afi.junior

    afi.junior Newbie

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    do you mind to tell what niche? I may have some plan if it suit the niche :)

     
  5. Columbo999

    Columbo999 Newbie

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    Look at some affiliate programs out there and create an affiliate link for whichever products suit your niche. That way you get a commission of each sale.
     
  6. madseller

    madseller Registered Member

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    yeah sure, you can make lots of money that way. Choose the people carefully though. Advertise that product that your people will be interested in.