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Income from Facebook
« on: 04-29-2014, 05:23:57 »
How can I generate income from Facebook ? I need forum suggestion


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Re: Income from Facebook
« Reply #1 on: 05-05-2014, 06:46:59 »
Facebook directly does not generate revenue for its registered users or simply customers. If you have a business and want to promote it as a end result to reach the masses to gain profitability, Facebook is the best medium. It enables its users to advertise in its homepage by paying a considerable amount of money. If you want to take your local business global or if you are entering into online sales, then facebook is the best option you can think of.

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Re: Income from Facebook
« Reply #2 on: 05-23-2014, 00:58:20 »
Fan marketing is selling to fans by posting from your page into their news feeds.
Create a Facebook page for your site, grow that fan base, then post a link to every new article. This boosts traffic to your website. Since your advertising revenue is tied to pageviews, more traffic from new readers and repeat traffic from fans mean more advertising revenues for your website.

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Re: Income from Facebook
« Reply #3 on: 06-04-2014, 02:57:53 »
I dont think facebook is a good choice for earning as a freelancer. But its true that there are some jobs available which ask for liking their page, post etc. In that case you can register to some freelancing site and apply for such type of job.

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Re: Income from Facebook
« Reply #4 on: 08-17-2014, 18:44:28 »
As if facebook does not provide any revenue to its user but anyone can earn more money from facebook indirectly and it is possible to advertise on facebook pages and collect huge traffic.
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Re: Income from Facebook
« Reply #5 on: 10-02-2014, 06:01:17 »
Facebook Gifts:
 Ever sent a virtual gift on someone's birthday? You must have at some point, if you knew how to use Facebook. Well you do pay for some of them and a big slice of it goes into coffers of the company. While simply writing 'happy birthday' suffices for some, the 'send a gift tab' on your friend's wall encourages others to send a virtual gift - paid for online. All the money almost always goes to the company, but if the gift is provided by an outsider, then a portion of it goes there. But much of it is still retained by the website.

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Re: Income from Facebook
« Reply #6 on: 10-02-2014, 19:09:57 »
I know some sell their products, you know, craft and alike and they don't even have websites. I don't know what's the legality behind this but that's kind of common, so probably FB allows it.

 

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