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Niche whitehat fanpages, could they work?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by mrbananas, Aug 13, 2014.

  1. mrbananas

    mrbananas Newbie

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    Hey,

    Never did FB before. Do you think there's point to making completely whitehat pages, targeted to carefully chosen niches? I'd build them slowly and organically by posting articles, pictures etc. several times a week.

    Could they gain traction just by using the right long tail keywords in the fanpage titles? Or is this hopeless?

    Do they also unpublish fanpages if you don't do any kind of spamming? What if I have 30 (completely legit) fanpages on my account, is that a red flag?

    I'd post an affiliate link now and then, eg. Amazon (bad?), or link to a website that has an affiliate link.
     
  2. prosper109

    prosper109 Junior Member

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    Your better off with greyhat or blackhat. Because facebook only shows a small percentage of the audience your posts.
     
  3. andreaissabel

    andreaissabel Registered Member

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    How much are you able to spend in FB ads? It's the only way of being white and have audience.
     
  4. DTZNL

    DTZNL Junior Member

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    (1) If you have the time and patience, sure.
    (2) I suggest using keywords in more than just the titles.
    (3) Why would it be a redflag if the pages are "completely legit"?
    (4) You can link to Amazon now and then no problem. You can also link to your own site with multiple Amazon links and adverts. You might get a better income.

    Michael Jackson found another way ;)