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how much i can ask for my fan page ?

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  1. rabies69

    rabies69 Registered Member

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    Hello,

    i am running a fanpage 6 month ago. i post every day and got 414 fans till now. most of them indian fans the page related to funny things. and post a youtube ( same name ) video have 10+ visitors.

    i need some urgent cash. i want to sell this items,
    how much i can ask for 404 fans page and video that viewed 10k+ with in 3 month on youtube.

    where i sell it?
     
  2. mrperfect314

    mrperfect314 Junior Member

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    414 fanpages likes is too small i think to buy fanpage
     
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    ijof9 Power Member

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    80,000 fans sells at about $1500.
    Up to 4M fans (assuming they are real) sells for $30,000; even more if the fanbase is active.
    If you have 1M fake fans (bot-made or fake profiles), you can still sell it for $2000-$3000; it's just a matter of scamming your client into thinking that he can scam others by asking them for more money.
     
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    cpaaddict Supreme Member

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    80,000 fans sells at about $1500. are you sure? if so ill sell my 80k page right now lol
     
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    ijof9 Power Member

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    Nevermind, I've just found something cool.
     
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    all real fans no bots. mainly from oz too. niche is extreme like planking
     
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    OP sell 404 fans page in 404K $$ ::)
     
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    Big_0n3 Senior Member

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    for me , not more than 10$ worth that page.
     
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    pm me pls :p
     
  10. Fuggz

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    This guy does not know what he is talking about, please do not take his advice.

    Typical current pricing for fanpages is $1-$2 per 1k fans, and that is only if they are real, active, US/UK fans.

    $1500 for an 80k page is ridiculous pricing and I have never seen a page get anywhere near that ($18.00 per 1k fans).

    This guy must just be trying to unload some fanpages right now.

    I agree, I wouldn't pay any more than $.50 for it...
     
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    Did I forgot to mention your fanpage has to have a commercially-enabled niche... yes I forgot.

    Check the prices for 100,000 targeted likes, divide your fans by that number, multiply by price, add time, stickrate and commercial interest. There's your price. All you have to do is think the process in reverse.

    For social bullshit fanpages (as in "my father smokes so hard nicotine deposits on his underpants"), on Flippa you can link your 1-day old website to your fanpage and sell it that way.
    You can also update the "about" section on your fanpage like this: "Please visit our sponsor: www.your-cpa-aff.com/catchy-landing-page".
    If all else fails you can cash it (cheaper of course) on eBay. Which leads to a cool idea: fake your stats. And God may have mercy on the buyer, cause Paypal won't protect him (the product is intangible).

    Here are some example of honest sellers on eBay:
    817,000 likes sold for $1500
    437,000 likes sold for $770 (this guy only has 2 reputation points)
    260,000 likes sold for $650
     
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    First of all, we are talking about fanpages with fans already. The examples you have linked to actually support my claim of pages being worth $1-$2 per 1k fans, not $18.00+ per 1k fans, which is just ridiculous.

    Second, in both of your posts you talk about scamming buyers with fake stats and through paypal. Really??? You claim to be able to sell an 80k fanpage for $1500 but you still need to scam people to make $$$?

    This is Blackhat world, there is a huge difference between blackhat methods and actually scamming people...
     
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    Haha, don't we all wish it was that easy. @ OP, You're not really going to get anything for that page. If you want to make quick cash, try reading around the making money section of BHW. I'm sure you'll find something.
     
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    haha lool that guy, made me thinking of running bot to have fans
     
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    Oh, I still have issue with the extent of applicable methods. For example, to me, scamming scammers is just as legit as releasing WSOs & Forex Clickbank scams.

    If you buy a fanpage regardless of fanbase, you're doing it to promote shitty CPA offers (which in their essence are cheap scams) to innocents.
    If you buy a WSO, you do it to take a shortcut into the world of money without actually improving the well-being of others. Lack of abilities usually push you into this direction.

    There's a reason good people stay away from blackhat. And it's unrelated to balls strength.