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If you can get 50,000 Facebook fans, you will earn $5,000 a month

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by nippleboner, Jun 22, 2016.

  1. potpot11

    potpot11 Newbie

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    Are you posting links to your Facebook page??
     
  2. wwa2b

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    :eek: I'd kill for that kind of traffic
     
  3. poliorcetes

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    It depends. Around 0.20 euro usually. I hope it will eventually rise when I have more traffic. I've heard that Adsense puts more expensive ads on high traffic websites.
     
  4. poliorcetes

    poliorcetes Newbie

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    That will make logic if you have 1 $ CPC and let's say 3-4 % CTR. Otherwise 2,5 k daily traffic isn't much.
     
  5. nippleboner

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    CLR on native ads is much higher, make the native ad fronts same as your website front. I have sometimes for weeks between 10 to 25% CTR on native ads.
     
  6. poliorcetes

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    Will do, thanks.
    I would also like to ask you whether currently you are experiancing any problems with FB reach. From yesterday my page's reach is like 50 % lower. Before that everything was fine and visitors to my website were growing. I post like 6 to 10 posts a day with 60 to 90 minutes interval so its not like I am big spamer.
     
  7. nippleboner

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    Over the last month my reach has been lower then ever before, so I switch domains/website and now it's better. Facebook is cracking down but there's ways to beat them.
     
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    If you change domain then how added adsense to new domain
     
  9. poliorcetes

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    Which native ad company do you suggest?
     
  10. Abowien

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    Wow man, awesome progress, insane. Thanks for share!
     
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  11. nippleboner

    nippleboner Junior Member

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    Easy, just add code, no need to submit domain to adsense
     
  12. nippleboner

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    Content ad
    Taboola
    Outbrain
     
  13. Sythix

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    Didn't Facebook put a stop to fake news sites? Is this method still working?
     
  14. alternox

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    Is this working for Content.ad too? Because I tried to add code from another site to new domain, but the ad didn't appear. I double checked the code and was added correctly. So, I wonder how they connect the ad with the previous domain.
     
  15. poliorcetes

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    We aren't speaking about fake news websites here. It's fake news if it didn't happen or it is too much twisted. If the information provided by news website X is correct, then its not fake news, regardless of what some brainwashing machine like CNN says. And yes, FB are cracking on fake news, and not just them but also on pretty much any website that uses their platform for traffic other than the 10 or 20 biggest U.S./ Western media. Still one can get pretty decent traffic from FB as nippleboner has proved.
     
  16. nippleboner

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    There's actually not much fake news out there, when the left gets ButtHurt over a opinion from the right they call it fake news. And that's what's hurting us, because it gets reported to FB over and over again.
     
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  17. nippleboner

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    Content ad you need the new domain approved, but adsense you don't. The ad will show up after a few hrs.
     
  18. alternox

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    I know that, but the problem is that the domain is rejected. That's why I want to add same ad codes to the domain which is not approved.
     
  19. nippleboner

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    You need at least 20 articles on there to get approved
     
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    Literally the opposite of this is true. The term "fake news" at first applied to stories that were actually made up and untrue. Then the right, especially morons like Hannity, started calling accurate reports that they just didn't like from the Times, the Post, CNN, NBC, etc, "fake news."

    But whatever. @nippleboner is providing lots of good info in this thread.