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How much would you really pay for a facebook post on a million+ fanpage

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by dutch101, Aug 13, 2013.

  1. dutch101

    dutch101 Registered Member

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    Ok, I have sold fb post previously but they were on like 20K fanpage, and then I was selling for like $10..
    Like how does this whole thing work really, I stopped selling posts when I had like 100K likes...

    If I were to start selling them again with 1 million fans.. how much REALISTICALLY would you charge? and how to you calculate that price?

    This is probably the only place suitable to ask a question to a bunch of people that probably been selling updates on small + very large fanpages

    Please don't bombard me, this is for opinions
     
  2. brothers

    brothers Registered Member

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    It all depends on how active your page is. some people spam the daylights out of the page and its only worth $10 per post on 1 million likes. I just PM'd you too.
     
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  3. dutch101

    dutch101 Registered Member

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    hmm would that mean the page is just spammed or the likes are fake??
     
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    verilix Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I paid $5 for a post on a 1.8 million page. Got me a couple hundred new likes. Wasn't bad.
     
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    ok, for my experience most of my money i make out of selling posts on another forum (diff language) the prices for post on my market is $1 dollar per $1 million fans, on average activity pages, but that's latinamerican audience, posts to US, UK, CAN, AUS audience is worth 4 times more, meaning $4 dollars per million on average activity pages, if the page is good the price can rise very much up to $20 bucks per million

    Also you have to consider what is ti that you are gonna post, for example, i currently have 20 million and i charge 20 dlls per post, however if the post is only a recommendation to another facebook page or a regular youtube video for some wannabe artist, then i charge half, as it represents no danger at all to my pages, if it's a warez or tricky cpa offer, i charge 20 dlls PER 15 minutes then erase the post

    Hope info was of some use for you :D
     
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    $50-$100 seems fair after the person gets to review the activity and insights of the fan page.
    USA and monetize-able traffic being the most worthy.
     
  7. eddie42

    eddie42 Newbie

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    Everybody measure the value of a page in the like number.. But why? I bought some post on a local 800k+ fb page and after a day I got the screenshot from the admin. "Seen by 312 people". Ripoff.
     
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    Jesusp19 Regular Member

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    i would like to see which facebook you have i am interested
     
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    just check the people talking about it and then decide the price!(10-20$)
     
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    StirFry Newbie

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    Think it also depends on the activity and the type of people, categories could affect it
     
  11. pitbully

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    People are kind of missing the mark here. I think a lot of the price is based on how much money there is to be made, so it would depend what the niche is and how much advertisers are willing to pay. If it's a payday loan page you could charge a ton for a post to a million members, but if it's a page about free shampoo samples it would be worth a couple dollars at best.
     
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