Things to Look Out For When Buying Facebook Fans
Facebook is a multi-billion dollar website that is the advertising lifeblood of many companies. However, if you’re a smaller company, author or artist and you’re considering buying some Facebook fans to start your page off running, you should be very, very careful about which company you go to for your needs.
According to AllFacebook, there are a lot of risks to buying Facebook fans. Legitimate companies will market your Facebook page to people who will become genuine fans, and as genuine fans they will add real value to your page and help make your content more popular. However, not all companies will go about it that way.
Some companies that advertise Facebook fans don’t actually market your website though. These companies use computers to create hundreds, if not thousands, of fake Facebook profiles which will then like your page and post random comments. Superficially this creates the same amount of traffic and it will make sure that people notice your page as something popular to visit. However, the results of going about Facebook fan buying this way can be disastrous.
Buying Fake Likes Puts Your Accounts at Risks
Facebook takes its services very seriously, and people who abuse the website can get banned for life. This includes people who have worked with shysters that create fake profiles and use automatic update robots. So not only are you out the money that you paid for the fans, but you will lose your accounts and your access, as well as any real fans you did manage to attract due to the non-sensical and random posts on your Wall. That’s a hefty price to pay for not reading between the lines.
Buying Real Facebook Likes
If you’re not sure whether the company you’re contemplating partnering with it trustworthy, there are some signs to look for. Websites that offer tens of thousands of “real Facebook likes” are (in 99% of cases) scam websites. Additionally, because genuine fans take time to grow, companies that promise extremely fast delivery dates (less than 10 days) are more than likely scammers. Lastly, if something is for sale at a price too good to be true, then it probably is. You are safe with websites like Boostlikes.com, or any other established website that sells 100% real Facebook marketing.
If you just keep these three things in mind when you’re buying Facebook fans you can save yourself a lot of time and tragic loss on down the line. When in doubt good, old fashioned marketing can earn you better, more solid fans.
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