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How much to charge for fake followers?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Matt707, Feb 7, 2014.

  1. Matt707

    Matt707 Regular Member

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    I have a client who wants fake followers added to both his Twitter and Facebook account. How much should I charge per thousand?

    I get them for free since I just use AddMeFast with an iMacro running.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Checkmate

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    AddMeFast and using iMacro to gain followers etc will give you real followers not fake ones. You will also obviously need access to your clients account.

    Keep in mind getting even 1,000 followers using those 2 methods is going to take extremely long because Twitters rate limits.
     
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    Well on fiveer they go for $5 for like every 5k.
     
  4. Matt707

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    Why would I need access to their account? That makes no sense... And I've done it on my own accounts before, it takes about 5-6 days max.
     
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    So when you click the follow button on AddMeFast it doesn't ask you to login? Doubt that..
     
  6. Matt707

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    You don't need to follow other accounts with the account you are giving followers to. You can use it to add followers to any account you want. I just make new Twitter accounts and use the imacro until they reach the 2,000 mark then make a new one. It works A LOT faster than you think.
     
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    Use Fiverr, 35k for $5. AMF will waste your creds.
     
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    I'd charge somewhere around $40/1k - not dis-similar to some of the larger like/follower selling sites.
    Otherwise, charge as much as you possibly can!
     
  9. the-dream

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    What sort of client is it? If it's someone who probably knows the going price online, cheapish, if it's someone who has no clue about the internet etc and you're their expert for all of this, charge as much as possible. Also, is it a person who's spending their own money or just someone working for a company spending the company's budget that they don't really care about?
     
  10. WickedLamborghini

    WickedLamborghini Registered Member

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    Just watch the current prices in Fiverr and in BHW, that would give you a head up about it.
     
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    Just look at the current market price of the product that you're trying to sell and ensure that you sell a tad lower than what others are selling so you'll get more clients. Once you get a steady client base you can increase the price a little at a time.