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Value Of a USA Facebook Profile

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by allfacebook, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. allfacebook

    allfacebook Junior Member

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    What is it in your opinion? I'm debating on pulling out of the facebook business, and plan to list on craigslist, etc. I have several accounts that i made and never did use for services/promotion- i built them a while ago, most have been phone verified (if they needed it), about 2 months+ old, all the friends are 100% legit and most of them know each other. They're classmates, coworkers, family, etc of other friends. All USA friends. What do you think they'd go for? Per 100 friends? I have accounts with 100-500 friends, so i'm trying to get a good estimate of what to sell them for. Also, none of those accounts have mutual friends, based in different states, highly targeted friends (city/county level mainly). Let me know what you think they are valued at- I want to fetch a pretty penny for them, after all the work involved to create them! (by hand, mind you- none of those damned bots were used, they just cause trouble & raise red flags. All organic.)
     
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    Also, all opinions welcome, preferably from 1st world countries (USA, UK, AUSTRALIA, CA, etc) as i'm located in the US- somewhere that has a very similar currency value.
     
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    I'd like to know that as well, but I think their value may rise as much as $50(or more) per account if all the friends are REAL!
     
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    Haha that's the thing. All the friends are real. I know how to target down to cities- and all of the friends are real, active, etc. Just as if you had your REAL fb account up for sale- that quality of friends. Best you can get in my opinion... Well, unless you had an account with 500 millionaire friends, lol
     
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    anyone else have an opinion?