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Difference Between Facebook Likes

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by PandaDomo, Oct 14, 2012.

  1. PandaDomo

    PandaDomo Senior Member

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    I know there's a lot of threads about Real vs Fake Facebook likes and whatever, but I'm curious as to the "quality" people are always trying to push out on their service. For example, on BHW/WF the average selling price for 1,000 worldwide likes is usually around $30 and they all claim these are "real" likes. I am going to assume they mean that these are either by inactive Facebook accounts or by Facebook accounts that "look" real (such as bio, profile picture, some timeline history). However, you can just get the same amount of likes from certain sellers from Fiverr at 1/6th of the price for basically the same thing. If these were real active user likes, then what is the difference between purchasing the likes from BHW/WF sellers instead of just placing an ad on Facebook itself?

    I am just wondering as to what is the difference in quality between the proclaimed "real" likes. You can either get "active" user likes by placing a Facebook ad for probably the same price but you'll receive a larger quantity depending on the CPC you set on it, or if they are "in-active" likes, then you can just purchase them off of Fiverr. If they're all fake accounts anyway and the only thing different between these sellers and Fiverr sellers, then the only thing that sets them apart is how they claim "these likes won't be deleted" or something which doesn't make a difference since it's all the same. I'm not trying to say anything negative about the sellers who do this on BHW/WF, but I just want to know what sets these sellers apart from Fiverr sellers is all. I apologize for my poor phrasing in advance since I don't really know how to convey my thoughts properly on this topic.
     
  2. Webs2Be

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    Look at it this way, how could you buy "REAL" likes? They would have to force real people to like your page which isn't possible unless they're paying someone $0.02 to like your page which some sites offer that. The only way to get "REAL" fans/likes is to advertise on Facebook. When Facebook Fan suppliers sell you "REAL" likes/fans, this "Usually" means real "LOOKING" fans with a profile and bio filled out and the good suppliers will even deliver you fans that have status updates to make them look even realer. I hope this helps.
     
  3. PandaDomo

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    Exactly, so basically there's nothing that really differentiates them if you were to find a good seller on Fiverr.
     
  4. Madruga

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    Or when you already have several biggie pages and use those to advertise your new page :) Real fans providers can provide you real fans for sure, that likes your page without being forced, and at their own choice. There are numerous ways of doing that, but it's hard to trust someone. Oh, and don't even bring Fiverr or sites like that into discussion. Normally, the prices for REAL fans are really way more than $30 per 1k (+targeted and such). Believe it or not.
     
  5. PandaDomo

    PandaDomo Senior Member

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    Yeah, the one where you use your own pages that are already big to advertise was what I was thinking of.

    But as for the real fan providers, what is the difference between providing real fans for $30/1,000 real fans and using the ad promotions on Facebook itself? Also, not all sellers provide active accounts anyway that would interact with your page so it would be difficult to know anyway.