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How to Monetize Facebook Account with 5k Friends?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by axus_auto, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. axus_auto

    axus_auto Power Member

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    I currently own a Facebook account with 5k friends that are mostly outside of the United States. Have never made any money off it. How would you monetize something like that?
     
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    Initial Effort Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You could sell posts to your members on Fiverr. This is a fairly common practice.
     
  3. KeijoKala

    KeijoKala Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    One account with 5k friends isnt lot after all. What could you do is set up VIRAL fan page which force them to share that to see something "special" and maybe the viral effect starts to rolling. It need to be very actractive page, because your friend base isnt high.
     
  4. beauxesprits

    beauxesprits BANNED BANNED

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    Lolz... i got 15 accounts with 5k friends.... only using them for sharing and increasing likes.... no money yet....
     
  5. janesmith

    janesmith Newbie

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    5k friends alone isnt enough,u can create more accounts and add more friends.note that the 5k friends must be active friends before you can make somethin off it.
     
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    dude!! dat thing sounds great for facebook, but it would be sounding greater for me if there would be a way of making 5k or more friends or followers on twitter? any suggestions? :rolleyes:
     
  7. PandG

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    only one thing i wanna know. How could you collect 5K fans?
     
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    If you mean "friends" ->
    Use friend adders, there's loads being shared, also commenting on like pages will get your fake profiles alot of friend requests, once it's a sexy looking profile pic.

    Probably your best bet... 5k friends isn't worth a thing, if it made you one fiverr sale, then take that as a win

    Personally I would just use it as a part of network of fake profiles, to help get fan pages going. I have around 1million fans on facebook now, and across all my fake accounts, I must have had 500,000 friends (alot of them were wipe recently).

    In the scheme of things, 5k friends isn't worth anything, it only starts becoming of any true value when you've at least 100k friends, and even still you won't make a whole pile. Your 5k friends are just randomers, and can't be targeted with anything specific, that's why I like fan pages, because you can super target your traffic, and even restrict age and country.
     
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  9. martinovich

    martinovich Regular Member

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    5k friends alone isn't enough by my experience from one 5k acc i get about 20 - 40 $/month with email & zip submit offers. But if you have more than one acc, then you can generate a good income. I have tested last year FB for fried adds and offers and traffic, FB really have a power of free traffic and $. If you need some really good acc with deal let me know (martinovich) att (inbox) dott (lv)