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How much is a Wall Post to 100,000 fans worth

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by The Dark One, Feb 17, 2010.

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How much is a Wallpost to 100K Fans worth

  1. $50

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  2. $100

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  3. $150

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  4. $200

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  5. $250+

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  1. The Dark One

    The Dark One Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Lets get some reasonable costs for a wallpost to 100k fans. Forget the conversion and offer e.t.c just focus on what you'd be hapy paying.
     
  2. tobiasosllc

    tobiasosllc Newbie

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    Depends on the type of offer really, some might only make $50, some might make $1,000.
     
  3. WoosterOh

    WoosterOh Junior Member

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    On the fan page or to their profile?
     
  4. mylovelygreatsun

    mylovelygreatsun Senior Member

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    i think 1 cent for 1 member so it's should be $1000
     
  5. Jonezyuk

    Jonezyuk BANNED BANNED

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    Lol i just asked about paying this dude $30 for a wall post and he wouldnt show me the page first, said he would show me after payment, turns out he was planning to make a post on a normal group he wasnt even admin of and going to charge me. Lol stay clear of this dude.
     
  6. cool0403

    cool0403 BANNED BANNED

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    well a wallpost to 100000 indians or a 100000 wallpost to usa/ca/uk western european traffic. Please explain yourself cause i dont care about numbers but what percentage is the second kind of traffic.
     
  7. tuesday10

    tuesday10 Regular Member

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    I agree. One has to factor in these key variables. I personally would only pay $50 or more for a wall post if my due diligence told me I had a good chance of at least breaking even.

    Anyone who spends money blindly is a fool! Besides, you aught to be able to come up with a decent price point based on your results from each wall post. I would be looking to charge people based on what I could potential offer them as return on expenditure. If you are only keen on shifting 'shovels' then people will catch on and you won't be in business for very long. To put it simply, if I bought a wall post off you for $50 and made $100, how many wall posts do you think I would be ordering?

    If you are looking to make this sustainable, give buyers some value.

    T10
     
    Last edited: Feb 18, 2010