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Tricks To Get Your Facebook App Approved?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by gragster, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. gragster

    gragster Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    My app has been waiting on awaiting approval for about 2 weeks now. Does anyone know how to get these things approved or any tricks/techniques?
     
  2. craigs

    craigs Regular Member

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    Took me just a little over 2 weeks to get mine approved. It just takes time.
     
  3. greyhatdude

    greyhatdude Regular Member

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    Well that sucks. I submitted mine when it had 5 users yesterday, now it has 10. I figured that was a big part of the process. It's a christmas app, so I guess I'm scrooged. Dammit.
     
  4. craigs

    craigs Regular Member

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    Another thing, you need a minimum number of users. I think it is 50 (but might be 100).

    I think for like $10 you can but 1000 users. There is a facebook service thread in the service section.
     
  5. khirad

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    I can Provide users if u want
     
  6. greyhatdude

    greyhatdude Regular Member

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    Yeah, I'm going to cough up the $ and will be sure to post my results on their thread. Looks like a cool service.