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Q about facebook fan page

Discussion in 'CPA' started by blueygg, May 21, 2015.

  1. blueygg

    blueygg Registered Member

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    Gday,

    Don't know if I'm in the right area, but just want to know; how do people go about having a facebook page or twitter that promotes their fake hack niche website?

    I have come across some sites where you can download game hacks/keygens or online gem generators etc (monetized by CPA/PPD/PPI), but they have facebook/social accounts with heaps of fans and stuff.

    I'd like to know why this is, wouldn't the fans report or say negative things about these sites as they only give bogus hacks that don't work??

    I know that if I joined a facebook group about a hack website and I downloaded it, jumped through hoops, and in the end didn't get what I want, I'd be pretty unhappy. Yet there are no neg comments throughout the fan page feeds..

    I would like to have a facebook page and twitter account promoting a hack/keygen/etc website, but think the social traffic would punish my site and word would get around quick that it's all fake.

    On the other hand I'd be afraid of copywrite infringements or whatever if I provide real hacks/keygens.

    Would love to hear peoples opinions.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. ExpressFans

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    A simple explanation for this would be that those fans/followers are fake.
    They won't download or test those hacks, since they're automated accounts.

    The owner of the page can use services to increase the number of likes/shares of their posts as well.
    When a new user looks at the page and its larger fanpage, they'll be more prone to trying out the hacks.

    If they start complaining, the admin can simply block them from the page.
    Simply censuring the negative feedback.
     
  3. blueygg

    blueygg Registered Member

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    Ahh ok that makes sense, thanks! :)
     
  4. bartosimpsonio

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    Those niches won't make it very far in FB or any other social network. As explained by ExpressFans they're probably inflating that account artificially.
     
  5. blueygg

    blueygg Registered Member

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    Yeah that's what I thought, probably doing it to make it look popular and to get a few more links to site.