Do people earn money by writing on Facebook?

  1. CraftytotheCore profile image82
    CraftytotheCoreposted 4 years ago

    Do people earn money by writing on Facebook?

    It seems to me it would be pointless for someone to steal content from HubPages to post on Facebook.  Yet that's exactly what happened recently to many HubPage writers.  Do people make money writing on Facebook too?

  2. wordmerchant profile image79
    wordmerchantposted 4 years ago

    Ity all depends on what the post were used for. If it's used as part of an ad campaign then it's possible. If Face Book thinks someone's timeline is popular, more newsfeeds from their page show up in the newsfedds of their friends and such. If they are open to the Public, then this could be even more important.

    There's a lot about Face Book we still don't really understand. The changes just keep coming, and from a business perspective there is definitely money to be made.

  3. teamrn profile image69
    teamrnposted 4 years ago

    Indirectly,  and I supposed directly they can earn money on FB. They can have a fan page or landing page or home page on FB which advertises a product. It doesn't advertise directly, but it can say (for example, they've written a book, this is what it is abut and 'x' i where it is available.

    Or, they can direct traffic to their FB page which then directs parties which may be interested in what they have to sell, to a different sales page.

    Recently a person wrote  a book about his specialty, and explained part of it on my blog AND on his Facebook page.It was so well written that I''m sure that more than one person was so intrigued by his article that they bought the book.

    This is a good reason to have everything you publish here or on a blog be printed on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media. You never know who is going to read what you write and then be enticed to by a book, some PLR articles from you. So, long story short, you can make money by establishing a Facebook presence, a presence on all the social media sites.

    The social media sites are not just for talking about your grandchildren or catching up with old high school chums any more. They can be used professionally, so if you intend them to be used professionally, keep the content to professional or above reproach content. (For many people, that means no political diatribes). But, if what you're promoting is political, it is entirely alright to voice political opinions on your site-but I wouldn't encourage political diatribes that have gone south, or that are full of name calling.

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