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Too late to jump on the facebook bandwagon?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by spillsplash, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. spillsplash

    spillsplash Junior Member

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    I have never had a facebook and was thinking about making one, or group, whatever and trying to get thousands of friends. Is it too late? Hard?
     
  2. jagrmeister721

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    I think there is. I have begun a local-focused project (which I am detailing on BHW- http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...-facebook-local-experiment-your-thoughts.html) and so far, it is looking promising. There are lots of ways to go- the simplest being post directly on popular facebook pages- amazingly many pages allow this and don't remove the posts. You can also go the Friending and Page marketing route. Check the Facebook sub-forum for more. I was actually pleasantly surprised by it as a marketing platform for BH'ers.
     
  3. mointernet

    mointernet Regular Member

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    it is never too late to do anything, especially in the online world where everything is moving fast and thing changes. You just need to learn to adapt, evolve and play the system.
     
  4. spillsplash

    spillsplash Junior Member

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    How does it work? I make a regular facebook account and then make a group or can I juts make a group account without making a personal page for myself
     
  5. JackSparrow

    JackSparrow Supreme Member

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    A month to build several 5000 friend accounts with Facebook Blaster Pro and an unsaturated idea (thats the hard bit)
     
  6. spillsplash

    spillsplash Junior Member

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    I have an idea for a group, and only plan to make one. Will using the friend adder programs get my account banned?
     
  7. PlumGreekMob

    PlumGreekMob Junior Member

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    Facebook changes so much that it always leaves room to make money.
     
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    Using a friend adder wont get you banned aslong as you keep it sensible.. sending more than 50 invites a day will get you banned. i stick to 40 a day.
     
  9. quicknrandom

    quicknrandom Regular Member

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    That's great! I guess I'll hop on the bandwagon soon!
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  10. JackSparrow

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    40???

    I send 600 requests no banning!!

    I suppose its luck!!
     
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    I've heard people sending hundreds and not getting banned. It doesn't matter about how many you send out. It matters how many people deny your request. You can send out 1k invites a day and if 90% accept your friend request they won't ban you. But if it's only 30% they will. So just try to keep those percentages up and you won't have a problem. And check out FBML search this forum for it in the FB section. You'll find all you need to know there!
     
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    Wow, i never knew this. I'll make an account for testing and blast out a few k and see how it goes.
     
  13. thesuccessboy

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    I too think it isn't late. If you think 5 years old Facebook is saturated, then what about 20 year old Internet?