i got offered 500,000$

by antero
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as i wrote yesterday...I have 4 million like on facebook(7 pages)...that Contains Medical interest..for example I have one page called Cardiology it has 300k active user.pediatrics 350k..etc...I did this in 2 years and im getting bigger...so I asked some fourms how I can make money from it..i got really good answers, but from no where..
a serious guy offered 500,000$...to sell it,,so what do you think should I sell it in the first place..or I can make real good money from it...
I have to mention that my pages are well known cuz of my Logo...
I can`t write it ,,respecting the rules of the fourm
what do you think should I do
#500 #offered
  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Here's the way this will probably pan out;

    1. He will tell you before he pays he needs you to verify the value of the sites. He will suggest using a domain appraisal firm. This firm will require payment up front. After you pay, the potential buyer will disappear.

    2. You'll be out the appraisal fee with no buyer. The buyer owns or has a friend that owns the domain appraisal firm so they are the only ones that make any money.

    Sorry. That's just the way it normally works on these outrageous offers out of the blue.

    Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author MeniStronk
      Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

      Here's the way this will probably pan out;

      1. He will tell you before he pays he needs you to verify the value of the sites. He will suggest using a domain appraisal firm. This firm will require payment up front. After you pay, the potential buyer will disappear.

      2. You'll be out the appraisal fee with no buyer. The buyer owns or has a friend that owns the domain appraisal firm so they are the only ones that make any money.

      Sorry. That's just the way it normally works on these outrageous offers out of the blue.

      Mark
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      • Profile picture of the author Steve B
        What is it about Internet Marketing that draws in such gullible people?

        Can't you tell when smoke is being blown up your pant leg?

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        • Profile picture of the author onSubie
          Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

          What is it about Internet Marketing that draws in such gullible people?

          Can't you tell when smoke is being blown up your pant leg?

          Steve


          Uh yeah... "pant leg" that's where they blow smoke... LOL
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        • Profile picture of the author salegurus
          Originally Posted by stoltingmediagroup View Post

          Uhm....

          My question is: Do you really need to start 3+ threads on the same topic??
          He does cause he is hoping to keep the attention and maybe get an offer...


          Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

          What is it about Internet Marketing that draws in such gullible people?

          Can't you tell when smoke is being blown up your pant leg? Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author antero
    1-i don't write anything about any site..i mention facebook pages and the logo ..and it well known now
    2- he offered to meet personaly..
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  • Profile picture of the author Synnuh
    If he's serious, find an IM lawyer to help you negotiate the deal. Assuming you want to sell.

    If not, go to the meeting. Then figure out what he intends to do with them.

    Keep growing, and you do the same thing. You might want to get him to sign an NDA
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  • Profile picture of the author antero
    So you think itis a good ofer?
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  • Profile picture of the author Marked09
    Maybe you can ask for me details in your email such as company background and verify for yourself if that company is capable of paying that amount.

    If yes then setting up a meeting for discussion then it might be worth your time. If it ends up that he is serious about your offer then congratulations you just earned that money.

    If not at least you tried, what is 1 - 2 hours of your time to find out if it's legit or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author antero
    Thank you guys ...in 2 years i did 4 milions..maybe in 2-3 years i will have 10 milions like..thats my point..maybe i will cost much more in just one year...as i said i getting bigger every day...
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    I would hire a lawyer that knows what he/she is doing and allow them to oversee this whole thing.

    I really hope that this is a legitimate offer and not a scammer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Deos
    Well, My personal opinion that he is not serious, However, If he is then i think you should decline, 500k is pretty good indeed, but a facebook page with 4M likes, you can do more than one thing with it, for instance, give them a free content in a thank you page of a squeeze page of yours and share its link on your fan page, you will build a golden email list which you can use for email marketing over and over again. I believe in consistency. ^^
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  • Uhm....

    My question is: Do you really need to start 3+ threads on the same topic??

    simple question
    Originally Posted by antero View Post

    can i make money from facebook pages
    orgranic likes not fake..about 4 milion like ..and real active pages
    need help ..4 milion likes
    Originally Posted by antero View Post

    hi i have 4 milion likes on facebook...on 7 pages..in 2 year..medical interes etc...
    i got offered 500,000$
    Originally Posted by antero View Post

    as i wrote yesterday...I have 4 million like on facebook...
    Anyone interested in creating a group?
    Originally Posted by antero View Post

    i can help i have the largest medical social pages on facebook +4milion like

    It's pretty much all you have posted since you joined.
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  • Profile picture of the author ghost209
    antero, if you have a serious offer for half a million dollars.. I would take it.
    Again, make sure it was legit.. but if everything checks out, you would be CRAZY not to.

    Sure, if you really knew how to market.. you may be able to make more than that.. Sure, a year or two from now you may be able to grow it bigger and increase the value..

    But those are Big if's.

    For all we know FB, might lose alot of ground over the next few years and might not be nearly as popular. Or the rules on Facebook fanpages/engagement could change.

    So, seriously.. take it!

    Don't make the mistake that Digg made.. Digg got offered $200million. they rejected it..
    and was the stupidest decision they could've made. Shortly afterwards, they died..
    And then few years later they ended up getting bought out for $500k
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  • Profile picture of the author seobuzz
    Considering the amount of likes your pages have, you won't get bigger offer than that. So you should seriously think to sell the pages. And invest some money to long term business, concentrate on growing that business.

    This is an opportunity which comes very rarely in life and you have to grab it with both hands .
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    • Profile picture of the author antero
      Originally Posted by seobuzz View Post

      Considering the amount of likes your pages have, you won't get bigger offer than that. So you should seriously think to sell the pages. And invest some money to long term business, concentrate on growing that business.

      This is an opportunity which comes very rarely in life and you have to grab it with both hands .
      In getting more than 5000like per day

      Thank you all for the advise
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    Another scenario to consider:

    From what I understand, selling FB fan pages is against their TOS.

    You agree to a deal. You get the money - let's say a PayPal payment or a check.

    You hand over the passwords so they become the new admin.

    They do a chargeback or bounce the check or you find out the payment is otherwise fraudulent.

    As a result, you don't have any FB pages anymore (because you gave them admin rights), you don't have any money, and you don't have anyone to complain to (FB won't help you because what you've done is against the rules).

    Just be extremely careful.

    Mark
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    • Profile picture of the author TheGMa
      Originally Posted by Mark Singletary View Post

      Another scenario to consider:

      From what I understand, selling FB fan pages is against their TOS.

      You agree to a deal. You get the money - let's say a PayPal payment or a check.

      You hand over the passwords so they become the new admin.

      They do a chargeback or bounce the check or you find out the payment is otherwise fraudulent.

      As a result, you don't have any FB pages anymore (because you gave them admin rights), you don't have any money, and you don't have anyone to complain to (FB won't help you because what you've done is against the rules).

      Just be extremely careful.

      Mark
      Hi Mark - That what ESCROW is for. Scammers hate escrow.

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      • Profile picture of the author TheGMa
        Hi ANTERO, good for you for building such a business, and good for you for asking advice before proceeding. Bravo.

        Been around a long time and I specialize in fraud-fighting. Been in business a long time, too. The following is a straightforward HOW-TO for what is happening to you:

        1. Before all else, research the alleged buyer. Look his name up on the Internet, Google parts of the text he sent you, pull out whatever else is in the contact text that might be searched, including any phone numbers or fax numbers.

        2. Ask the alleged buyer for a hard copy formal proposal on letterhead and have it sent to a PO Box. DO NOT give this bloke (or blokess) your personal information.

        3. Take the formal proposal to a business attorney, not your cousin's boyfriend's injury attorney. All you are asking the attorney to do is advise you on the content of the proposal. That will tell you a lot about the alleged buyer, and a consultation is normally very inexpensive.

        4. If you are confident that the proposal has merit, consult with an attorney who specializes in Internet Real Estate sales. This will cost you another consultation fee.

        If the experienced 'net real estate attorney feels the offer is genuine, go to step 5. NOTE: Always research an attorney before committing to a contract and a retainer. Some attorneys only specialize in billing for time, not results.

        5. . Hire the attorney to attend to the transaction for you. You tell the attorney what your goal is, he will counter with a better one because he will make a percentage of the transaction. Once the two of you (you and your 'net real estate atty) have your ducks lined up, sic him on the buyer. The deal could easily end up being far more lucrative.

        A face-to-face meeting with the alleged buyer is not necessary for you. Not saying that a business lunch isn't a good thing, but in this situation you do not need to place yourself in a position where you might be inclined to shake hands based on your emotions. After all, that's a buyer's job - to get the seller excited about his offer and sign something without really thinking it through.

        It's a seller's job,too, which would work for you if you actively go out to find buyers for your site at around say, $3 million as the asking price. Not saying that's what you'd end up with, but while $500K is nothing to snigger at, it's not a lot of money in today's economy unless you really know how to leverage it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Synnuh
    Those health leads are worth buku to the right buyer.

    You need to find a legitimate broker to help you with the deal if you want to sell.

    I would say if you're not lying to us, it's legitimate. From the niches you listed I can see why someone would pay so much for that much reach. It's pennies on the dollar to them. The insurance leads alone lol

    If you want to figure out how it can make money, find someone reputable to look at what you've got and figure out monetization avenues you can take.

    Good luck. If you're actually telling the truth, your hard work either just paid off or opened the doors to a bigger payoff.

    One thing to consider is how fickle big corporations are with their data and consider your long term approach.

    Look at Google. I lost 450 sites in the span of 4 months by relying on them.

    I know that doesn't help you much, but it's something to chew on.
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  • Profile picture of the author antero
    Why should i lying to you? What im earning from that..i asked for help..why he put this money... my answerjust search for meddy bear in google
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  • Profile picture of the author hardworker2013
    4 million likes in 2 years? Are those likes real likes or purchased likes? If it was me i would take the $500,000, i am sure even with that you would already made a hefty profit on the transaction.
    I suggest you get a lawyer though with such a large sum of money involved.
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    • Profile picture of the author antero
      I didn`t accepted the offer...Mark Singletary know why
      I did the right thing
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      • Profile picture of the author SuperMarketer
        You build that 4Million likes in 2 years..

        You mentioned you haven't made any money from the fb pages yet.

        Then u received an offer of $500k.

        Counter offer $1Million and see what is his response.
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  • Profile picture of the author NevinC
    It sounds pretty ridiculous for someone to offer such a large amount of money without first knowing and checking the pages, and without offering a lower price and trying to bargain with you. This is not how a normal transaction pans out.

    I believe it's either some rich dude with good fb experience throwing his money around or there is some scam involved. Which do you think is more likely?
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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
    Take it.

    Judging by your website (majority traffic coming from India), a decline of 10K to 3k visits from January to May, a bounce rate of under 2 minutes, and 3K visits a month and falling, I would guess - and this is only a guess - the quality of those pages does not support $500,000.

    Source : http://www.similarweb.com/website/meddybear.net#

    I notice almost 50% of your traffic is "social" and we get these visitor percentages when looking at your traffic in total:

    India 15.63%
    United Kingdom 10.26%
    United States 7.36%
    Pakistan 7.24%
    Australia 5.71%

    Things to look for when buying fan pages:

    1. Tier 1 Countries.
    2. Real, Organic Likes.
    3. High-Engagement.
    4. Well-Monetized / Not Monetized.
    5. Predominant Countries: US, Canada, UK.

    Quick analysis of likes, based on country percentages to your Meddy Bear fan page:



    I have a feeling the seller will back out, once he realizes that he's made an error in judgement.

    When you get a real offer, though, what you can do is talk about it here on WF. Your thread will get a lot of interest and maybe someone will bite and offer more.

    Lastly - Use Escrow and offer to pay the fees.

    I'm not going to give you my valuation, because I don't want to rain on your parade, and it would take me around 30 minutes to investigate (time I don't have today).

    OP - I notice you getting a little flack from people thinking you're being dishonest. I'm not saying you're dishonest, but I can tell you why some people might think this. Dishonest people will come to a forum like WF, where some of us have deep pockets, and say they've had a monetary offer on something (they didn't; they're lying). Usually a big offer. This immediately seems to add value to whatever the person is hoping to sell. You'll then often get some chap with deep pockets, and who doesn't know better, not offering anything like the big offer - but offering what the seller really wanted all along - a few $K. The buyer thinks he got a good deal; the seller got what he wanted. In those cases, I would always say this: let the buyer beware. I'm not saying you're doing this. Seriously. I'm just saying why "some people" would think you're not on the level. I wish you all the best.

    Cheers,

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    • Profile picture of the author sttbs
      Originally Posted by Tom Addams View Post

      Take it.

      Judging by your website (majority traffic coming from India), a decline of 10K to 3k visits from January to May, a bounce rate of under 2 minutes, and 3K visits a month and falling, I would guess - and this is only a guess - the quality of those pages does not support $500,000.

      Source : Connecting Site...

      I notice almost 50% of your traffic is "social" and we get these visitor percentages when looking at your traffic in total:

      India 15.63%
      United Kingdom 10.26%
      United States 7.36%
      Pakistan 7.24%
      Australia 5.71%

      Things to look for when buying fan pages:

      1. Tier 1 Countries.
      2. Real, Organic Likes.
      3. High-Engagement.
      4. Well-Monetized / Not Monetized.
      5. Predominant Countries: US, Canada, UK.

      Quick analysis of likes, based on country percentages to your Meddy Bear fan page:



      I have a feeling the seller will back out, once he realizes that he's made an error in judgement.

      When you get a real offer, though, what you can do is talk about it here on WF. Your thread will get a lot of interest and maybe someone will bite and offer more.

      Lastly - Use Escrow and offer to pay the fees.

      I'm not going to give you my valuation, because I don't want to rain on your parade, and it would take me around 30 minutes to investigate (time I don't have today).

      OP - I notice you getting a little flack from people thinking you're being dishonest. I'm not saying you're dishonest, but I can tell you why some people might think this. Dishonest people will come to a forum like WF, where some of us have deep pockets, and say they've had a monetary offer on something (they didn't; they're lying). Usually a big offer. This immediately seems to add value to whatever the person is hoping to sell. You'll then often get some chap with deep pockets, and who doesn't know better, not offering anything like the big offer - but offering what the seller really wanted all along - a few . The buyer thinks he got a good deal; the seller got what he wanted. In those cases, I would always say this: let the buyer beware. I'm not saying you're doing this. Seriously. I'm just saying why "some people" would think you're not on the level. I wish you all the best.

      Cheers,

      Tom
      wow amazing stats.. just wanna add on to emphasize the importance of tier-1 countries.. the purchasing power is there.. Sometimes it's just not worth the time and effort to gain a fan base which don't have the means to buy your products.
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    • Profile picture of the author antero
      Tom im not working on the site anymore..1 years ago..and this site i bulit it in 7 days....i didn't mention the site ...
      You didn't got it until...im largest social medical pages on facebook...and he know about the site.
      Im sure i will be more 10 m like ..at end of the year.. Tom you didnt got what im going throw..i have 40k users on the site from nothing...
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      • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
        Originally Posted by antero View Post

        Tom im not working on the site anymore..1 years ago..and this site i bulit it in 7 days....i didn't mention the site ...
        You didn't got it until...im largest social medical pages on facebook...and he know about the site.
        Im sure i will be more 10 m like ..at end of the year.. Tom you didnt got what im going throw..i have 40k users on the site from nothing...
        I'm very happy for you, antero.

        What I suggest you do - to improve your chances of getting a sale - is supporting all of your claims with hard evidence. As mentioned already, I'm not saying that you're being dishonest. I'm just saying what "some people" may think.

        So! To secure a sale - support everything with concrete evidence. Just trying to help.

        Cheers,

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    • Profile picture of the author antero
      Tom im not working on the site anymore..1 years ago..and this site i bulit it in 7 days....i didn't mention the site ...
      You didn't got it until...im largest social medical pages on facebook...and he know about the site
      Im sure i will be more 10 mlike ..at end of the year..until now you Tom you didnt what im going throw..i have 40k users on the site from nothing...
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    Take the money and run.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
      Originally Posted by PBScott View Post

      Take the money and run.
      The name of a great Woody Allen movie. I always thought he should have made a sequel: Hold Onto the Money and Run.

      Cheers,

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        Originally Posted by Tom Addams View Post

        The name of a great Woody Allen movie. I always thought he should have made a sequel: Hold Onto the Money and Run.

        Cheers, Tom
        Wrong. The sequel is called, "Where the Hell Did All My Money, Go?"

        Cheers. - Frank
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  • Profile picture of the author Jacob Caris
    You've built a great web asset, if you think the offer is fair. If not, try negotiate. Just make sure, as others have said, you have strong legal representation to assist you.
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  • Profile picture of the author commoner247
    I think it is a fake offer.
    Cause, if the buyer spend that money with facebook advertise only, he will get more like for a new page.
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  • Profile picture of the author TobiasThomsen
    You should really sell it for that value!!
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  • Profile picture of the author antero
    Ok...i will tell everyone why i didn`t accepted the offer
    2 years from now
    my pages fan was 10k as best now 300k+
    for exemple Medicine page it was 20k now itis 422000+
    cardiology was 9K now 300+
    neurolgoe page was 13k now 290K
    doctors page was 14k now 300k
    etc..what i succeed to do..i bulit a social medical network....forget about the site not worthing i have to build a new one..i have a lot followers from europe...over all im getting 5k-10k like per day.., so itis matter of time when i will be much bigger...now i know that i can make money from it(facebook like page) and itis a new story for...take the money and run.,, if anyone don`t believe me PM me and i will send him the pages to look at ....I believe mark will have a word here
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  • Profile picture of the author Synnuh
    Hey antero, I wasn't accusing you of lying, I was just verifying you weren't. There's a lot of people, like Tom said, who will come on here and lie to pump themselves up and sell stuff.
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
      Originally Posted by Synnuh View Post

      Hey antero, I wasn't accusing you of lying, I was just verifying you weren't. There's a lot of people, like Tom said, who will come on here and lie to pump themselves up and sell stuff.
      The only way to shut them up, antero, is to prove them wrong. Anyone can state a bunch of figures.

      Tom
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  • Profile picture of the author antero
    OK.can you help me..where I can offer my pages.for adv or any helping for site traffic?
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    • Profile picture of the author agmccall
      Originally Posted by antero View Post

      OK.can you help me..where I can offer my pages.for adv or any helping for site traffic?
      you could try fiverr

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  • Profile picture of the author derekwong28
    If the offer is genuine, I would take the money and run. Facebook is known to be looking at ways to charge those who are making money from their pages. It could take many years to earn $500,000. Also, your pages are at the mercy of Facebook, they can shut you down anytime they want for any reason and your business would be gone. For this reason, I am also skeptical of the offer as the buyer is taking a huge risk.

    If there is any deal, the money must go through a third party such as an escrow.
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  • Profile picture of the author trustedmarketer
    I think it's a great offer. Take it and use the money to spread the money in diversified portfolios. Then hit the beach and watch the money roll in....
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  • Profile picture of the author Zizou1010
    That's a fake offer, and if it was real, you would be dumb not to take it.
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  • Profile picture of the author winnermarketing
    it is a good offer, don t think twice!
    with this money you could learn how monetize the other sites!
    If you think the offer is not serious, take a consultant to help you!
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  • Profile picture of the author jasondinner
    Whatever you do, don't give this person admin access to your pages.

    I've been contacted several times by random people wanting to buy one of my pages. They hit me up through my pages private messenger and when you get to talking to them they ask for admin access to verify stats, etc.

    I never gave anyone access, but they are trying to scam me out of my page.

    Just be careful.
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  • Profile picture of the author zdebx
    A guy gets offered half a mil for a Facebook page, then creates a thread on WarriorForum, asking if he should go for it...

    Are we on the same planet or you're smoking something illegal?

    I smell dog poo, because all of the above sounds like an email from a Nigerian prince.
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  • Profile picture of the author antero
    ONE day you will hear about meddybear ..and then we will know who is the stupied here...I prefer to close the theard..I didn`t accepted the offer
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  • Profile picture of the author TakenAction
    I can't believe people are actually commenting on this thread...

    This is what WF has become -.-

    #GulliblePeople
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    • Profile picture of the author antero
      Originally Posted by TakenAction View Post

      I can't believe people are actually commenting on this thread...

      This is what WF has become -.-

      #GulliblePeople
      and you too will be one of them..

      as I said I prefer to closs this theard
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  • Profile picture of the author NevinC
    How does one build up a Facebook page to a large size?
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    • Profile picture of the author Tom Addams
      Originally Posted by NevinC View Post

      How does one build up a Facebook page to a large size?
      I grow socials for a living, and have done since before Yahoo Groups came on the scene. We're talking 15 years, though we didn't call them socials back then.

      Nowadays, FB is "one" of my concentrations.

      You can grow a fan page in numerous ways. In general:

      1. FB Ads.
      2. Organic Growth.
      3. Outside FB Traffic Channels.

      Some of the information, you'll find on the "socials" section of FB. You'll pick up some handy tips.

      Cheers,

      Tom
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