I have a FB fan page with 5000 likes

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I don't know if this is a viable option but am hoping for some direction or you can all say I am out of my mind. I would like to accept paid posts to my fan page from people that are in my niche. Is this done?
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  • Profile picture of the author Insano
    try fiverr If you know your demographics you might try to place some affiliates or CPA offers to your fans
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  • Profile picture of the author JensSteyaert
    This can be done i guess, but it depends on the niche and how active your fan page is. 5000 likes is not that much imo, but if your page is in a very specific niche people might be interested.

    Just wonder, why don't you monetize the page yourself?
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  • Profile picture of the author C G
    5000 is no much. How is your response? Does your audience share your posts? Try Fiverr or the classified ads section.

    Or you can go the CPA or affiliate route promoting stuff to your audience...

    Cheers,

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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
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    Originally Posted by no1golfpro View Post

    I don't know if this is a viable option but am hoping for some direction or you can all say I am out of my mind. I would like to accept paid posts to my fan page from people that are in my niche. Is this done?
    Nobody in their right mind would pay you for a post to your 5k member page - sorry but it's just NOT alot and your reach will be crap

    Only a TINY percentage of that would ever see the post, and a much smaller percentage would click on it

    Once you get to 50k-100k perhaps you can work out something...
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  • Profile picture of the author James McAllister
    I bought a collection of small 5-10k Facebook pages a while back for a very cheap price.

    What I do is schedule a weeks worth of posts every Sunday with mostly regular content and photos related to the niche, and occasionally slip affiliate offers in.

    They don't make a lot individually but scheduling the posts is a quick process and is worth the time spent - not to mention the pages grow on their own just by leveraging the existing fans.
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  • Profile picture of the author NK
    Unless they convert really well, 5k is actually quite small. Rather than trying to get paid postings on it, you might want to grow that number or even promote your own product or as an affiliate. Convert some of those fans into subscribers!
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  • Profile picture of the author turboshandy
    You could try, but as everyone else said, 5000fans are not a lot. Are they at least all real fans? (meaning, did you by any chance buy likes?)
    I would also like to suggest Fiverr if you want to test it. But you should check out the competition first, as there are already so many people offering this service on fiverr.
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