How much would you charge a client to setup a Facebook Fan Page?

Profile picture of the author Warren Tibbotts by Warren Tibbotts Posted: 12/12/2010
For a business that has poor online marketing skills, but know they need to have some online presence, how much would you charge as a one off to setup a Facebook Fan Page? And if you offer to manage it for them monthly, how much per month?
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  • Profile picture of the author warner444
    warner444
    one time with a custom image and a name capture landing page $300 no friends added, they need to tell thier customers about it.
  • Profile picture of the author freemen14
    freemen14
    For me it's one time set-up fee of $197. I have a number of templates i use and customize it as I need to ie. logo's etc.
  • Profile picture of the author mouseffects
    mouseffects
    I charge $200. You can buy some really great templates on this board that'll make things quick and simple. I'd do them all day long at this price.
  • Profile picture of the author markfb
    markfb
    Here in the UK I charge £75.00 to set up their Fanpage, no fans added. This is a very quick and simple proces using fanpageengine and normally takes no longer than an hour.
  • Profile picture of the author vndnbrgj
    vndnbrgj
    I charge $200 for the FB page. Which is completely customized.
    They can import just about anything, and have a second page made as well.
    For $300 they can have a custom Twitter, YouTube , and FB page as well.
  • Profile picture of the author MarkR
    MarkR
    My thoughts are that "setting up" the fan page is only half the battle, the easy part, and the less important part.

    Getting traffic to see the page, "like" the page, posting info. to the page, setting up incentives, building / engaging a fan base ... that's the hard part that many forget about.

    A page without likes/friends is not worth anything. So, include costs to make the page useful for your client in your quote.
  • Profile picture of the author www_retireonme_com
    www_retireonme_com
    WE only create custom fanpages for our clients (not templates). We believe that templates can not represent the business as needed. Each design we do is tailored around the business. I know some use templates for their customers, and that is fine, it is just something we do not use. WE offer advice as far as adding fans, but we leave that up to them to finish.

    I charge anywhere from $150 - $275 all depending on the number of pages (1 or 2) and video, or optin forms.


    Here are a few personal pages done for some local businesses in town.

    Used Atv's Bismarck
    Window Tinting Bismarck

    Tommy
  • Profile picture of the author John Durham
    John Durham
    $129. is a fair price I think and a HOT one. Its easy for the customer to say yes.
  • Profile picture of the author www_retireonme_com
    www_retireonme_com
    I agree John, $129 seems like it is reasonable for anyone to afford. MOst of my clients do like the $149 price. Some do ask for a much more detailed design, therefore raising the price.

    Tommy
  • Profile picture of the author Rus Sells
    Rus Sells
    I like and liked the fan page for Sunlight Solutions, one job photo in there that reminded me of a zoo! HAHA!

    Fanpage requiring FBML $300 flat fee main page.
    Additional tabs $50 each
    Additional FBML for additional tabs $50-$125 depending on the extent of work required.


    Originally Posted by www_retireonme_com View Post

    WE only create custom fanpages for our clients (not templates). We believe that templates can not represent the business as needed. Each design we do is tailored around the business. I know some use templates for their customers, and that is fine, it is just something we do not use. WE offer advice as far as adding fans, but we leave that up to them to finish.

    I charge anywhere from $150 - $275 all depending on the number of pages (1 or 2) and video, or optin forms.


    Here are a few personal pages done for some local businesses in town.

    Used Atv's Bismarck
    Window Tinting Bismarck

    Tommy
  • Profile picture of the author Geoffrey Freedom
    Geoffrey Freedom
    I do $197 with 25% off when they click the like button. Gotta practice what you preach.
  • Profile picture of the author icun
    icun
    I charge $89 for online clients for a basic 1 but offline clients usually pay a bit more. I'd say around $200. I signed up a few offline clients last week at $200.

    That 25% off for clicking like is a good idea.
  • Profile picture of the author stevearn
    stevearn
    An average between $150-450$ depends upon no of pages,video options and more.
  • Profile picture of the author danko6
    danko6
    Much depends on the fans page
    but approximately $ 100.
  • Profile picture of the author JamieSEO
    JamieSEO
    Originally Posted by Geoffrey Freedom View Post

    I do $197 with 25% off when they click the like button. Gotta practice what you preach.
    I tend toward $250, but love the idea of providing a discount when they click the like button
  • Profile picture of the author geekinput
    geekinput
    How do you manage the creation of Fan pages for your customers?

    If the customer already have a profile on FB,
    Do you create the page under your login and once completed you add the customer as admin and get yourself removed from admin?

    Or does the customer add you as admin during development process?
  • Profile picture of the author Balage
    Balage
    Only the second solution is working. If you make the page and after that give him the login you will stay as an admin. The original admin of a page can not be removed.
  • Profile picture of the author Iemagine
    Iemagine
    I've been starting at 99 for just the initial setup and 50 a month in updates. If you have a new client wanting a web presence what I've been doing is having a upfront package rate for the wordpress site, facebook fanpage, twitter, etc... The 99 for facebook setup is if they already have a site and I'm managing the site for them. Its really an easy sell when you first get a new client to talk them into "the ultimate package" and then "the ultimate monthly maintenance".
  • Profile picture of the author www_retireonme_com
    www_retireonme_com
    Like I said , I will charge more when they are complicated like these.

    Facebook Fanpage Designs | Facebook

    These require a Lot More Work!!

    Tommy
  • Profile picture of the author lanbo
    lanbo
    $100-$250 is a good price range, depending on how good you are.

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