9 comments

  • Dean HudsonDean Hudson, 2 years ago

    Pretty sure this is just the result of Letterman merging two of his Pages together: https://www.facebook.com/help/249601088403018

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  • Thiago Duarte, 2 years ago

    What's the point? To have thousands of irrelevant users? It's going to be even more difficult to determinate the follower's profiles.

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  • Ken Em, 2 years ago

    The title of this post is a bit misleading. The example given here isn't really a stretch, since the audience for the first page is very likely to follow the new page anyway. Is there any evidence at all that any old FB page can just add followers on its own?

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    • Samuel ZellerSamuel Zeller, 2 years ago

      In that case it's just public figures or brands who paid for it apparently (Netflix)

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  • Henrique NogueiraHenrique Nogueira, 2 years ago

    oh no

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  • Alejandro DorantesAlejandro Dorantes, 2 years ago

    !?

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    • Samuel Zeller, 2 years ago

      David Letterman has a page, he then created a new one for his upcoming Netflix show and Facebook apparently let him make all his previous page fans into fans of the new page. Automatically.

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      • Stefan Göllner, 2 years ago

        Which is probably not possible for normal pages and users.

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        • John LivorneseJohn Livornese, 2 years ago

          I’ve had to do this once before for a client. Merging duplicate pages was available to anyone whose account has administrator privileges over a Facebook page. I had to fill out a form and wait a while for approval, but neither myself or my client had ever paid for advertising through Facebook

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