Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Mcgyyver, Jun 22, 2017.
I could buy the @song on Instagram for 2k. It has 16 million tags. Should I buy it?
You wanna buy a song ??
Fuck no, its worth maybe 10-20 bucks and thats it. It has a good name and that's it. not nearly worth 2k.
if its "Let it be" or "Billie Jean" do it!!
Wrong forum, here no one value the name account itself
Yea I guess so
what is that song that you are willing to buy?
Are you gonna recoup your investment by buying it? Ask yourself that.
Better go play Roulette with those 2key.
I don't think the tags will stay unless you buy the account itself. The tags are linked to the account (not the name).
Go and gamble with that money
Use the money to do peer2peer network like a reliable one of MMM lol
Thank me later
@Song - 1,605 followers and no (zero) posts. Yes, I bet those are real followers (NOT).
You'll drop $2K and start working an account from zero. So, you're cost is going to be way higher than $2K. Is that account worth more than $2K to you? If it is, then buy it.
As for the rest of us here, hell no!. It's overpriced and value should be around $300 and that's just for the sentimental value.
A bit pointless to spend so much on an Instagram handle when you don't even own the name of that domain. If someone offers me $2k for song.com, I will bite my hands off for it but obviously no sane person would sell song.com for just $2k. For a social media account which isn't exactly your property, as it still belongs to Instagram/Facebook at the end of the day, I wouldn't spend that much for it, unless it has a significant no of real followers and good content.
it makes more sense to invest in other biz instead of investing money on the song, and praying that it could bank you hard at the end of the day.
"its worth maybe 10-20 bucks" worth a lot more than that
how you come up with a price like this ............ ????
its a good username IF you have a venture related to songs lined up for the future, if not, i'd suggest that you stay away from it
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