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[Question] How to sell YT, FB, G+ Likes?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by 789abc, Oct 31, 2011.

  1. 789abc

    789abc Registered Member

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    I am just wondering how to setup and sell YT, FB, Google plus likes?

    Do the big sellers really have multiple VPS, IPs, YT accounts and login to YT and click the like button?
     
  2. jgeeked

    jgeeked Regular Member

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    A lot of them just outsource it, being the middle man. They take the money, pay the supplier or outsources who then deliver the work.
     
  3. Xyz01

    Xyz01 Regular Member Premium Member

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    Rather than starting big, let's focus on one method.

    Let's say you want to start selling dripfeed likes for Facebook.

    You have a few options:

    1) Do you go off and make thousands of accounts manually, or do you outsource this? Do you have a program that creates this for you?

    2) Once you have these thousands of accounts, do you age them? By this I mean do you go and start making friends with other random Facebook people, and making your accounts look legit?

    3) How do you know the likes won't be removed?

    There are many ways around this - I recommend using a bunch of proxies that resolve the home addresses (you can tell this, as it's not just some open server somewhere - if FB believes that the IP is really John Doe from Canada they probably won't ban you straight away).

    Of course there is various software that you can use to do this - but will you make enough sales to actually cover the costs? That's another thing that you need to think about before trying to invest in a business.

    If you are unsure of your abilities, as the post above posted consider outsourcing and being the middle man! The kingpin makes money because he can delegate his cronies to do his work for him.