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How to Get Sticking Facebook Page Like From Social Exchange Sites Like AddMeFast...

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by PracticalDreamer, Jul 28, 2014.

  1. PracticalDreamer

    PracticalDreamer Newbie

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    Is there anyway to get Facebook like from social exchange sites to stick?

    In RushingWind's AddmeFast Imacros thread, he advised people to unlike
    after receiving the credit to reuse the account. Will this become a huge problem
    if everyone start unliking after receiving their credit?

    Do you guys have any problem with clients when selling this type of facebook likes?

    Same goes for twitter follower...
     
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    PracticalDreamer Newbie

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    Bump for answer
     
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    sbndnb Regular Member

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    I'm afraid that using these social exchange sites will hardly ever give you targeted / real followers that stick.

    If you are really serious about twitter you'll have to do it the hard way if you want to get a strong following that converts well.
     
  4. Adrian112

    Adrian112 Supreme Member Premium Member

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    You will lose 30% of that likes after 10 days, they are not active and not converting.
     
  5. PracticalDreamer

    PracticalDreamer Newbie

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    I don't care much about lead responsiveness.
    All I care is that whether or not the like will stick.

    If I sell 1000 FB likes and 10 days later 30% of those likes disappear,
    customers will start asking question.
     
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    Well that depends, if your customer know that they'll receive 90% bot likes in the first place they probably won't care for quality.
    If you know that they'll lose between 20 and 30% just overdeliver the likes so they'll have ~1000 likes after the first dropoff.

     
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    Mimissor Registered Member

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    Facebook seems pretty quick about dealing with anyone who likes a ton of unrelated stuff in a short period of time. I tried using a couple of those exchange sites and after only a few days FB had reset my account to where it had zero liked pages. Likes from sites like that aren't going to stick long term. I'd search for another service to sell.