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How to get a high FB acceptance rate?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by renateh, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. renateh

    renateh Regular Member

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    Hey guys!

    Just wondering how some guys get a 50% facebook acceptance rate?
    In the past I bought most profiles but I wanted to try it out how to create own profiles. My profile has a nice bikini lady on the beach + 10 other wall pictures of the same person, all information about favourite activities, movies or high school etc. filled out but my acceptance rate is still pretty low?

    I imported a list of 5K emails. Around 800 of them have facebook. I added them a week ago and added 200 friends manually but still have just 50 friends?

    Any tips for a higher acceptance rate?

    Cheers
     
  2. tronlegacy

    tronlegacy Junior Member

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    I did research on this for Facebook including click prediction and estimation with statistical analysis. If you ever notice at the top on the URL of the fan page your at, it sometimes has an ID number of the link you came from. It's kinda a way Facebook tracks the behavior of its users. So it follows your search behavior and your flow in and out.

    There's alot of factors that contribute to it but basically 50% is something that is urging the user to the page. If you mean from when someone recieves an invite, its highly unusually high. If you mean from when someone visits the fan page, it is still high but understandable. If the page is growing too rapidly and too many acceptances are happening (when the average is 6-10%) then there might be some forced issues involved.
     
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    tronlegacy Junior Member

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    There's a ton of other things to come into play that the person at the other side of Facebook Inc. doesn't know.

    But basically many users are saturated with the hot bikini girl, such that they usually ignore those requests. Unless you target a very naive Internet age group (very young or very old) you won't get your target area in the 20s.