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Where to find FB pages for sell ?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by travelerbg, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. travelerbg

    travelerbg Regular Member

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    Please remove this thread if im breaking any forum rules with it.

    Where you find FB pages for sell ? Do you message big FB pages one by one ?

    What is the reasonable price per active FB fan ? I think FB pages are overpriced nowadays, arent they ?
     
  2. elgerente

    elgerente Newbie

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    1. Have you tried Google-ing "facеbook page for sаle", for an example ? You'll instantly find the thing you're looking for in a large quantities.

    2. From the sentence in the second line I can only conclude that your only criteria (as a buyer) is the number of likes the page has - which is not good. Unless you want to buy a specific page which market position and value are known to you, you shouldn't message the pages(/admins) one by one, because you can't be sure what you're actually buying. The number of likes can be "boosted" using those "likе еxchange" services. You see posts here and there, likes here and there, you conclude that the page is good, 70K fans ready to read your posts/offers/etc... but in reality you may get only 1K real fans and 69K fake ones (people who used fake profiles just to like stuff on those exchange services, gain credits, and use them for other people to boost the number of likes on their pages).

    3. Reasonable price per fan... If you own a company that offers new energy drink worldwide, you would consider buying a page related to energy drink lovers. You may pay higher price per fan. If you own a company that offers machines intended for production of a can openers, its' obvious that not only you shouldn't pay for fans, but you don't even need a FB page.
    Also, if are you going to offer products on the page: If it's a product that people will buy it once in every 3 years, you should pay much less per fan. If you're offering a product which is intended to be consumed once per day/week/month, you may consider paying more per fan.
    Not to mention that, from commercial point of view, a US fan has a x100 higher value than a Greek fan.

    4. Every page has different value for different buyers, and therefore you can not claim that they are overpriced. If a page is overpriced, no one will buy it. That condition will generate an effect of reducing the price by the page's owner, again and again, until someone buys it. Thus, the pages' owners often know the potential value of their page, the potential profit that could be made, and just because someone wants that particular page so he can "spam" with аdf.ly links and earn а few bucks here and there, such person will most certainly claim that the particular page is overpriced, but an "interdisciplinary" seller/profiteer won't agree with that opinion.
     
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  3. SocialMediaManager

    SocialMediaManager Elite Member

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    I Have an IPhone 5 Page With 45K Likes
    I Can sell that on 1st Good Offer
     
  4. travelerbg

    travelerbg Regular Member

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    thanks for your reply, it was very useful.

    how to find out if the fans are fake or active ? I got offers for pages..all of them with low "talking about this" and the sellers say that they are quite busy and cant post often thats why "talking about this" is low. That sounds suspicious to me. How can I assure that the fans are real ?
     
  5. stariher

    stariher Registered Member

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    just look if there is comment and they are active or not
    all pages have fake fans
     
  6. elgerente

    elgerente Newbie

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    1. See how old is the page itself i.e. when was the first post made. If the page is brand new and already has 10.000 fans - it's more probable that it gained it's "popularity" in non-natural way i.e. it's full of fakes.

    2. Visit several of the most popular (proven) pages, like T-Mobile's, Paypal's, etc and few of those like 9gag's , liveleak's, etc... and see how many fans do they have. Next, view their 10 last posts and see how many fans liked that post/picture/link. After the observation, you can bring some solid conclusion about the factor which will determine whether the page you're interested to buy is full of fans or full of fakes.
    Example: The (proven) pages X, Y and Z have 30.000 fans in average and in each of their latest 10 posts there are 100 likes/comments in average. That conclusion of yours will be your tool for orientation/determining which can help you determine whether some (unknown) page belongs to the area of "fans-ness" or to the area of "fake-ness".