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One question to FB marketer

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Xjin2, Aug 28, 2016.

  1. Xjin2

    Xjin2 Regular Member

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    Hello all, I am an Instagram marketer and I donot have FB marketing experience. Personally, I have Instagram fashion niche accounts over 500K followers and they have great engagement and organic growth rate. I heard that Facebook niche page is dead. Since FB wants company to buy their ads, they limit the niche page exposure to almost 0, which means there is no way to monetize. Is this correct?

    I am asking because I am worried if my Instagram accounts would be the same in future because Instagram belongs to FB and they might be do the same thing to Instagram. I hope my Instagram accounts grow over millions so they will make up my living and I can do my fashion startup. But if FB would limit the monetization. I would need to have some other back ups for future. Thank you!
     
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    No one knows unless they are an insider at Facebook/Instagram. Even if it did it would be pure speculation that couldn't be proved.

    It's always good to have multiple backups, as eventually a certain method will know longer work.
     
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    Thanks for your response.
    How about the current Facebook page situation. Can the big pages still monetize their pages? or they are really dead already.
     
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    It's still very possible to monetize. You can drive traffic to CPA sites, ecommerce sites, etc.

    However it usually requires an already set fan base. It's a lot harder to start out now