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Is Buying Facebook Likes Dangerous for Important FB Fanpages?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by tbone, Jun 8, 2015.

  1. tbone

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    Is buying Facebook likes dangerous for important Facebook fan pages?

    I just created a new fb fan page for an important site of mine. If I buy fb likes now, will Facebook delete my Facebook fan page?

    What's the worst that will happen?
     
  2. Dioni

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    No your facebook fanpage can not be banned. Nothing dangerous can happen, but facebook fake likes will drop after 1 day max. I sell facebook likes and that is an advice from me so be carefully!
     
  3. Y M C M B

    Y M C M B Power Member

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    no , its pretty safe :)
     
  4. kostas142

    kostas142 Registered Member

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    if the likes are fakes your page might be unpublished by facebook same as likejacking
     
  5. dam514

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    The most popular FB Fan page have millions of fake followers, they'll never be banned. Think about David Guetta, Lady Gaga etc...
    Worst case scenario, You'll receive a "TIP" by FB like this:

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    and get redirected to this :

    Hope it helps
     
  6. yordanov

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    FB is deleting fake profiles, may be soon will delete fake likes too. But general BAN may be will not happened.
     
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    You sell low quality fb likes then :eek:

    Only risk when buying fans is that your activity rate will decrease and facebooks algorithm thinks your content is shitty.
    Also, you will expirience higher costs for promoting posts.
     
  8. dam514

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    FB ads marketing is always expensive and they don't let you really target your perfect audience just in order to raise their incomes.
    It seems that the only way to really get HiConversion rates from it, is to scrape user lists from active users on targeted pages and groups, blogs using FB comments plugins etc..
    So, you can buy fake fans to boost your profile at the beginning and raise your e-credibility. Then start your FB ads campaign with your personal targeted email lists etc... that's the best of both world.
     
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  9. lord1027

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    I have both buyed and selled likes in the past, no pages were ever affected. Sure, some likes were lost, but pages still go on.
    That being said, pages are safe, sellers should be the one to worry.
     
  10. abradabra

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    This is not possible since 4th June.
     
  11. coitza

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    Nope, it's definitely not dangerous, though pretty much useless except when the page is new and you want to get some fake likes in there to make it active and interesting.

    Just do that if you say the page is new, so people that come and visit it, will like it cause it looks good. And stop worrying ;)
     
  12. dam514

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    Do you mean that FB removed the import recipient list feature? really :confused:
    Or they changed their FB ads policies? thanks
     
  13. sudhertec

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    No they will not banned your page. But buying facebook likes is throwing money away :(
     
  14. Janislav

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    I never had problems with buying likes. Never get Banned any Page.
     
  15. Typlo

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    The worst that would happen is FB could remove the likes or the reach on your posts would drop, since you would have very little fan interaction. In the later, you then need to spend more money to get your posts seen by your fans.

    If you only care about having more fans though, then you don't need to worry about that.
     
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  17. aleksandarMKD

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    Even it may seem like a good idea, buying "likes" will definitely not help you create relationships or build trust. It will only increase a number, which is meaningless without the real relationship with people.Buying fake "likes" on Facebook will not boost your brand, in fact it will downgrade your social media presence. Many of those new "likes" will "unlike" you over the next year, resulting in inconsistent numbers. This is against facebook's terms of service and if facebook catches you probably they will shot down your account.