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How to Make Money Online from Facebook?

Updated on June 5, 2014

Making Money from Facebook

Today, an ever increasing number of people are turning to the Internet to earn some extra money or even an income. Many people are using the most popular social media website Facebook as a money-making platform. There are various ways to make money from Facebook.

Can you write great content? Do you have a product to sell or service to offer? If your answers to the questions are yes, then you can make money from Facebook. It is very important that you keep your targeted audience interested in your Facebook profile by engaging with them as often as possible.

You can send your prospects from your Facebook Fan Page to your blog or website or other online listings that you are using to make money using various ways. First of all, and most importantly, you must write great posts on a regular basis on your Facebook page to keep the audience interested in you.

Here are different ways you can use to make money online from Facebook.

Write Great Posts to Sell Your Products or Services

The first and the most important step to make money with Facebook is to post great posts on a regular basis on your personal Facebook account or profile, blog or website and then promote them through your Facebook account or profile.

Create a separate business Facebook account where you will post your contents and link them on your personal Facebook account. Once you have built a great amount of traffic and you have something to offer, you can start making money by selling your products and services.

Use Facebook to Make Money Online

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Promote Your Books and Sell eBooks

Another great way to sell your products or/and services from Facebook is by using it as a customer base for your blog or website. If you have a loyal audience on your Facebook profile, you can easily direct them to the products and services you want to sell from your website.

You can promote your books and sell them online or offline. If you want to sell eBooks then Facebook is a great platform to promote them and earn money by selling them from Facebook or from your blog, website.

Find and Promote Affiliate Products

Join a good affiliate program and help sell products or/and services of a merchant. You do not have to sell directly. You simply promote their products and services and get paid a flat fee or commission from each sale when any referral goes to the merchant’s website and purchase a product or service or perform any other actions. You can use Facebook to join affiliate programs and make good money if you can do it rightly.

Sell Your Own Products

If you have a physical products, online or off, you can divert your Facebook fans to your online or offline store or offers and make money easily. You need to build a strong base of fans to become successful in selling products using Facebook.

Final Words

Do not expect to make money quickly using the above-mentioned methods. Engage with your friends, followers and customers by providing them with a lot of good content. Post and update interesting posts, links, images, etc content on a regular basis to build up interest of your targeted audience over time. Using the above monetization techniques you can earn some extra money online easily from Facebook.

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      Alex 

      3 years ago

      Found your site on Google. This is a cool post. I'd like to see you take the main idea from this article and cterae another second article, and maybe you could embed a vid, also?

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