NFL Fan Pages worth?

by Wounded 16 replies
Hello,
I started a couple NFL fan pages on Facebook. I used Facebook to generate all the likes (wasn't cheap). I'm just wondering what they would be worth.

I am posting 3 times a day and each has about 15,000 likes. Anyone know what they would be worth? I'm just curious, haven't made up my mind about selling them.

Regards,
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  • Profile picture of the author Peter Lessard
    I am interested to see what others reply on this. I personally would look at other similar pages and see how they are monetizing them to get an idea of potential offers/income from the pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    With only three games left in the season I'd keep them and try to build them up more. Then sell them somewhere in early to mid summer.
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    • Profile picture of the author Wounded
      Originally Posted by travlinguy View Post

      With only three games left in the season I'd keep them and try to build them up more. Then sell them somewhere in early to mid summer.
      yes I agree. But I'm just trying to get a ballpark figure on what they are worth
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  • Profile picture of the author Justin Says
    It's against terms to sell a Facebook fan page. In fact, if you do sell and they find out (which I've heard of crazy scenarios) the buyer could get the account banned and request a refund.

    Anyways, just a heads up.
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    • Profile picture of the author Wounded
      Originally Posted by Justin Says View Post

      It's against terms to sell a Facebook fan page. In fact, if you do sell and they find out (which I've heard of crazy scenarios) the buyer could get the account banned and request a refund.

      Anyways, just a heads up.
      yes, I realize that. But there are people looking to buy fan pages. I'm just curious as to the worth of my pages.
      Regards
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      • Profile picture of the author savidge4
        I just so happened to get an e-mail this evening with an offer for a face book page with 40,000 likes and a matching pr2 blog for $6000 if that gives you an idea.
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        • Profile picture of the author Wounded
          Originally Posted by savidge4 View Post

          I just so happened to get an e-mail this evening with an offer for a face book page with 40,000 likes and a matching pr2 blog for $6000 if that gives you an idea.
          okay, so perhaps $100 per 1000 likes. Something like that?

          I spent quite a bit through Facebook to get targeted likes. I'm not sure exactly what my cost per like was..
          Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author Moneymaker2012
    It's against terms to sell a Facebook fan page. In fact, if you do sell and they find out (which I've heard of crazy scenarios) the buyer could get the account banned and request a refund.

    Anyways, just a heads up.
    I am not agree with his thoughts may be it possible some times but not always because there are many marketers who make fan page get thousands of likes and then sell it and no complaint about this kind of strategies as he said.
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      Originally Posted by Moneymaker2012 View Post

      I am not agree with his thoughts may be it possible some times but not always because there are many marketers who make fan page get thousands of likes and then sell it and no complaint about this kind of strategies as he said.
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    • Profile picture of the author Justin Says
      Originally Posted by Moneymaker2012 View Post

      I am not agree with his thoughts may be it possible some times but not always because there are many marketers who make fan page get thousands of likes and then sell it and no complaint about this kind of strategies as he said.
      How can you not agree if it's against the terms..

      https://www.facebook.com/legal/terms

      It's a fact.



      Trust me.. I've seen many pages reported for considering such things. You might think you can just get around things, but if it's against the terms you shouldn't even be considering it and focus on #RCS.. just saying.

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      • Profile picture of the author savidge4
        I believe in the same way you can not sell a youtube channel, it applies to FB. If you tie this in with a website/blog. the principle owner of the facebook page is a "Business". By selling the package, you are selling the Blog, and the FB page happens to be along for the ride. In principle, the FB page does not change hands it is still "owned" by the business.
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  • Profile picture of the author Wounded
    everyone understands it is not legal to sell your Facebook fan page. It is against the terms. But it happens.. People want to buy others fan pages
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  • Profile picture of the author yoangov
    I'm afraid that $100 per 1,000 likes is far from the real price of the fanpage. Better wait for next season and monetize the page hard. Even with super targeted fans, you could hardly get more than $80-150 for the whole page.

    If I was you, I would only focus on growing the page. Why don't you try some betting offers before the last 3 games? If you need help with that PM me, maybe it could be well monetized.

    Cheers!
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    • Profile picture of the author Wounded
      Originally Posted by yoangov View Post

      I'm afraid that $100 per 1,000 likes is far from the real price of the fanpage. Better wait for next season and monetize the page hard. Even with super targeted fans, you could hardly get more than $80-150 for the whole page.

      If I was you, I would only focus on growing the page. Why don't you try some betting offers before the last 3 games? If you need help with that PM me, maybe it could be well monetized.

      Cheers!
      you cannot run betting offers on Facebook
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  • Profile picture of the author hugo112
    It is against Facebook TOS to sell a page but everyone does it. Unless to send a "Feedback" to Facebook stating that you are going to sell your page there is no way you are going to be banned.

    As far as your page value.. Do you get 15,000 likes per post or do you have 15,000 likes per page?

    Usually when I buy pages (Yes I do) I look at the revenue first. If you have zero revenue it is kind of hard to ask for ALOT of money. In my opinion, There is only three thing that is valuable to a Fan page

    1- The revenue coming out of it.
    2- The engagement (Active users on the Fan page)
    3- The number of US/UK/CAN/Australian fans

    P.S : To me, a 15k Fan page is practically worthless (Sorry) I would pay between 50-80 bucks depending on the engagement from the fans
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  • Profile picture of the author Wounded
    okay thanks for the feedback. Not sure why the terms were mentioned, so many times. But sure
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