How much should I pay for a Facebook page?

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I have the ability to buy a Facebook page in a very popular niche with 50,000 likes.

How much should I pay? I was going to offer £0.95 per 100 likes?
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  • Profile picture of the author AntonioSeegars1
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    • Profile picture of the author taylerhughes
      Originally Posted by AntonioSeegars1 View Post

      Base the price off of how much money you can make with whatever method you choose to use to make money from it. If the page is already making money, base the price off of how much money it is already making. Everything else is irrelevant if you can't get a good return on your investment.
      Thanks Antonio, I'm confident I can make my money back on it quickly. I think £0.95/100 likes is fair based on this and the quality of the group I just wanted to make sure I'm not paying stupidly over market value.


      Originally Posted by koreancowboy

      Why not start your own FB Page and build up the likes with S4S?
      I will do with future pages. I will also use this page to promote other future pages of the same interest.

      Originally Posted by Ali Alvie

      Well i am not a lawyer but i think selling, buying or trading Facebook Pages is against Facebook's TOS although it is not cleared: with reference to Facebook TOS, Section 4 Paragraph 9, Facebook states that "You will not transfer your account (including any Page or application you administer) to anyone without first getting our written permission."
      I am aware of this and the risks associated with it.

      Originally Posted by benzwm02

      Approach it as if you were buying a real business. How much revenue is this generating already? Are the likes actually unique? Whats the response rate? Paying per like is a horrible idea if they are farm likes and this person is flipping fan pages.
      I have looked into it and im very confident the likes are unique, the page has/is marketed with S4S. The people talking about it is 16,000+.

      Originally Posted by zanieakhatun45

      You are accept this offer if you want to more likes. You also start your own ideas to get more liker.
      Absolutely no idea what this means.

      Originally Posted by John Son

      You are just going to waste money fi you are going to pay someone for liking your page.
      Quality would dammn terrible.
      Yeah, I agree 100%.
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    Why not start your own FB Page and build up the likes with S4S?
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    • Profile picture of the author MrFrugalLife
      @koreancowboy how do you coordinate a s4s with a page? I have seen it on instagram but not facebook very often.
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    • Profile picture of the author thequietmind2014
      Originally Posted by koreancowboy View Post

      Why not start your own FB Page and build up the likes with S4S?
      Hi can you describe this service or program (S4S)
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      • Profile picture of the author taylerhughes
        Originally Posted by thequietmind2014 View Post

        Hi can you describe this service or program (S4S)
        S4S stands for 'Share for share', you network with other facebook pages and exchange shares on each other's pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ali Alvie
    Well i am not a lawyer but i think selling, buying or trading Facebook Pages is against Facebook's TOS although it is not cleared: with reference to Facebook TOS, Section 4 Paragraph 9, Facebook states that "You will not transfer your account (including any Page or application you administer) to anyone without first getting our written permission."
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  • Profile picture of the author benzwm02
    Approach it as if you were buying a real business. How much revenue is this generating already? Are the likes actually unique? Whats the response rate? Paying per like is a horrible idea if they are farm likes and this person is flipping fan pages.
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  • Profile picture of the author zanieakhatun45
    You are accept this offer if you want to more likes. You also start your own ideas to get more liker.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Son
    You are just going to waste money fi you are going to pay someone for liking your page.
    Quality would dammn terrible.
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  • Profile picture of the author rwow
    I don't get it when people buy Facebook pages, if they are willing to sell it doesn't that mean they cannot gain the value from it?

    I could write a script and get 1000's of likes everyday, but whats the point none of them are ever going to click my links. It would simply be something to stroke my ego.

    Instead I'm running Facebook ad's getting likes for 10-15p each who are genuine and click my links, it's an expensive version of ppc but I can get some buzz going about my website through it.

    Why not instead invest that money in your own page that has REAL people on it?

    Rwow
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    • Profile picture of the author taylerhughes
      Originally Posted by rwow View Post

      I don't get it when people buy Facebook pages, if they are willing to sell it doesn't that mean they cannot gain the value from it?

      I could write a script and get 1000's of likes everyday, but whats the point none of them are ever going to click my links. It would simply be something to stroke my ego.

      Instead I'm running Facebook ad's getting likes for 10-15p each who are genuine and click my links, it's an expensive version of ppc but I can get some buzz going about my website through it.

      Why not instead invest that money in your own page that has REAL people on it?

      Rwow
      I have already mentioned that the likes are real which is why I am willing to pay what I'm going to pay.

      Why are you paying 10-15p per like? The ad's I am running are only costing £0.02/£0.03 per like?

      If i were to invest that money in adverts to get the 50,000 likes it would cost a great deal more money. This is an established page with a good community of active people, it's a good investment considering what I can get back out of it.
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  • Profile picture of the author YustianMaulana
    Dont not just look the quantity, but consider the quality tooo...
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  • Profile picture of the author kapildeven54
    Instead of purchasing a Facebook page why don't you start a new facebook page.
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