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how are those people providing likes for pages doing that?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Rushdie, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. Rushdie

    Rushdie BANNED BANNED

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    do they just spam the links on facebook and wish that people like it? Whats the method?
     
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    I'm pretty sure its something more systematic in nature than just 'spamming' the link. A lot of exposure would probably be one thing, but probably also alot of fake accounts liking the page in order to raise the number. However, I'm just guessing. Lets wait for someone who knows what they are talking about in regards to this step in.
     
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    i thought about the a lot of accounts, but you would need loads of proxies and thousands of accounts at the least.
     
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    Either fake accounts yes..but i guess customers wouldnt be happy with that.
    Other solution is big fan pages, 1+ million fans, and just posting updates with the other fan page link.
     
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    I use public proxies. Making a FB account takes seconds if you have a decent bot for it. I tend to make my accounts -automatically- with likes, network, education, interests, about me and whatever, all 100% randomized. Accounts stick for longer and I can end up using 1000+ from my home IP in case the public proxy dies (it will, fast). Some of them get roadblocked but it's mainly just date of birth roadblock. I believe this is because the accounts look real and have some mutual friends/likes/filled in profiles. I personally have a network of 1000~ friends all mutualed between each other. I'm sort of proud to say I did it semi-manually, too. But the accounts are 1+ year old and -aslong as they don't get reported- they won't get banned/deleted/roadblocked.