People with 161k subscribers on Facebook! How are they doing this!

by KidCash 28 replies
Seriously, I could be making a killing everyday if I knew how I could get thousands of subscribers to my Facebook account. If you don't know what I'm talking about, here is an example: https://www.facebook.com/imbrandoncyrus. Notice how he gets thousands of likes and hundreds and shares.

Does anyone know how they do this? If there is WSO about this, I will buy it right know haha
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  • Profile picture of the author andreasup
    It's very possible that they are buying some or all of their fans, subscribers and likes.

    You can buy all of the above on Fiverr for $5. A lot of people do buy FB fans/subscribers. They also buy likes.
  • Profile picture of the author UptonGoodwin
    Really you can't figure out why Miley Cyrus's brother has 100k+ followers?

    In short, you get 100K+ followers by being related to famous people.
    • Profile picture of the author KidCash
      Originally Posted by UptonGoodwin View Post

      Really you can't figure out why Miley Cyrus's brother has 100k+ followers?

      In short, you get 100K+ followers by being related to famous people.
      This is not Miley Cyrus's brother...
  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
    :rolleyes: one of those teenage boy accounts? All they do is post those stupid photos that say "Like if you agree" then beg people to subscribe.
    • Profile picture of the author KidCash
      Originally Posted by Joe Robinson View Post

      :rolleyes: one of those teenage boy accounts? All they do is post those stupid photos that say "Like if you agree" then beg people to subscribe.
      I know a way to bank off these types of accounts ($400+/day), I just need to figure out how I can work with them or make my own.
    • Profile picture of the author Aswad
      Originally Posted by Joe Robinson View Post

      :rolleyes: one of those teenage boy accounts? All they do is post those stupid photos that say "Like if you agree" then beg people to subscribe.
      Actually that is one of the technique to get more like. In Facebook you need to beg people to like your fan page. Unless you have something valuable to offer in contest, it is unusually to get hundred of like and share.
  • Profile picture of the author Brendan Carl
    You'd only be making a killing if those subscribers were "real" subscribers - people who voluntarily liked your page because they were interested in what you had to say.

    Many people try to buy facebook likes, but that is pointless. Zero money to be made doing that.
    • Profile picture of the author KidCash
      Originally Posted by Brendan Carl View Post

      You'd only be making a killing if those subscribers were "real" subscribers - people who voluntarily liked your page because they were interested in what you had to say.
      Originally Posted by Phobia View Post

      Great in theory...but when it comes to practice

      Let's face it, people are on Facebook for social interation, not having things sold to them

      PS. that guys image banner is against FB's terms of policy (no call to action allowed)

      Many people try to buy facebook likes, but that is pointless. Zero money to be made doing that.
      Who said I was going to sell them anything, I just need the traffic and I can achieve that if I could get the exposure that these types of accounts get. Also the page was just an example of what I was talking about. I see dozens of regular guys with thousands of subscribers.
  • Profile picture of the author alamest
    I believe these are all fake likes and it is not targeted likes, if you get 100 targeted likes than it is very good than 10,000 fake likes because it is very targeted.. I hope this helps
  • Profile picture of the author Andrew Davis
    At the OP: That person in particular (https://www.facebook.com/imbrandoncyrus) seems to be already famous online.

    Google search his name: https://www.google.com/search?q=Brandon+Cyrus


    So if you can figure out a way to be famous, you'd have a chance of getting 164k subscribers like that guy. (Most of which seems to be real people)

    Otherwise, you can buy fake subscribers, which won't have any monetary benefit to you.


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  • Profile picture of the author anthm
    Has anyone experimented with purchasing likes on a new page, to get it started? I don't think the purpose would be the likes you purchased, but it would look better than a pathetic page with 25 likes on it. It may help with social proof, then you can get real subscribers which would be useful obviously. I have not tested this, I wonder if anyone has though.
    • Profile picture of the author AshleyBolivar
      Originally Posted by anthm View Post

      Has anyone experimented with purchasing likes on a new page, to get it started? I don't think the purpose would be the likes you purchased, but it would look better than a pathetic page with 25 likes on it. It may help with social proof, then you can get real subscribers which would be useful obviously. I have not tested this, I wonder if anyone has though.
      A pathetic page with 25 interactive and engaged people is better that 250 that looks like a ghost town. plus the engagement helps your edge rank.
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  • Profile picture of the author thedanbrown
    Yeah, it's a personal page. I don't know how he got all those subscribers (maybe he purchased them) but regardless he is doing a good job running the page. Every post he makes gets tons of shares, comments, and likes. I would think that these are all natural fans...
  • Profile picture of the author TheProgrammer
    You can get 2k fans to your page on fiverr in 5bucks, buy all the fiverr gigs in order to achieve 100k fans goal
  • Profile picture of the author Isaiah Jackson
    Simple are you ready here you go:

    1. Find a really interesting picture online.
    2. Post this picture on Facebook.
    3. Ask People to like the picture if they agree.
    4. Ask people to share if they disagree.
    5. Tell people if they want more friends on Facebook subscribe to your FB account
    6. Repeat steps 1-5 often as many times as possible

    That's the formula
    • Profile picture of the author trnz
      Great Post, Isaiah. I'm going to have a go at it. I wonder if you could add a few more words of advice. I have added a few questions.

      Originally Posted by Isaiah Jackson View Post

      Simple are you ready here you go:

      1. Find a really interesting picture online.
      Q Where do they get this type of photo from?

      4. Ask people to share if they disagree.
      Q I'm not sure what this means. Should this be Agree not disagree?

      5. Tell people if they want more friends on Facebook subscribe to your FB account
      Q Whereabouts doyou tell them this?

      That's the formula
      Thanks for the ideas,
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