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Why buy those "fake" likes or followers???

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by moonswamp, Apr 25, 2014.

  1. moonswamp

    moonswamp Regular Member

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    Is that useful???

    There are many BOT like/follow services in BHW, anyone tried those services??? and can these services help your business???
     
  2. Hatred

    Hatred Regular Member

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    They can certainly help a business that is currently built look more reputable.
     
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    For social proof.
     
  4. WormWH

    WormWH Junior Member

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    Buying fake likes has its own benefit too... How you benefit from fake likes?
    - By having lots of likes, you seem more reputable in the eyes of others, they think it's cool and they also like it (well not everyone)
    - On some networks, example Pinterest and Twitter, if you have 0 followers, you can only follow around 100 people. After you follow 100 people, you are not allowed. Now, with Following people with same interests, you have chances that you will be followed back, so that's why people buy fake followers. If they buy 2000 fake followers, that will enable them to follow 2000+ people and from those 2000+ real people at least 300 will follow back. If they repeat the buying and following every day, they will have something like 20,000 fake followers and 3000 real followers. :)
     
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  5. webdesign

    webdesign Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Never a good idea. They almost always backfire and gradually decrease as bans catch up with the bot accounts... making it look like your company is actually losing reputation.
     
  6. Grossb

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    Apparently yes. They project an image of wow so many followers to this page, it better be good.