Of my 15 Facebook pages, all of them have above 2,000 fans each.
However, I have 2 fan pages that exceed 10,000 likes.
I'm excited to share these statistics because I feel it can be motivating for others.
The efforts put into this are very minimal and only require me to post a single status update everyday. I have yet to try and monetize the market, but seeing as it involves minimal work, it's not important to me yet.
You can see almost all of the 44,000 fans are active and participate at least once a month which is just fantastic:
Whenever I post something on the Facebook page and one of the "subscribers" ends up clicking the like button, comments, and so forth, it shows up on their wall to all of their friends.
You can see a majority of my fans (more than 50%) are from the United States and roughly everyone speaks english, which makes it very easy to communicate.
The stats are behind by just a tiny bit and the page TODAY now has 44,335 likes. So growth is very simple and I haven't really put much effort into it.
So as you can see these stats are legit, I'm not screwing around. But here's the potential for all of this.
I have since hired 4 content writers from the Facebook page that now write content for my websites related to the topic, absolutely free. Since they have interest in the niche, it's very easy to find writers that don't mind putting their efforts into my business without compensation, they just want recognition and they receive it.
The way I did this was simple. I signed up with WuFoo, created a simple form, and just shared it to the Facebook page. I received more than 150 applicants that were willing to work for FREE. It's really cool, I talked to a lot of wonderful people and now I don't even need a content writer for the niche sites, because they are willing to do it for me. And they aren't losing out because they get recognition
Anyways, I just thought this was an awesome thing and I wanted to share it with the Mind Warriors so you all know that success is achievable, you just have to take action.
I will most likely end up sharing my methods later, but right now I want to keep testing.