Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by bi0later, Nov 7, 2014.
Why does everyone love Addmefast isn't it fake views/followers?
as per my experience this type's of services are only for a temporary period and after a few month's the followers and likes will decrease to the original one.
I haven't used it yet but i think the people who follows you are not actually your target audience.
99% are made up of fake accounts and people using bots on VPS's to gain points. It can come in handy to get the ball rolling on a new FB page or twitter account.
The followers are real. But they are all just like you...they don't give a shit about what other people tweet.
Its just a cheap and easy way to boost your followers instead of buying them
I think people do it either to get their page an initial boost, or they do it because they actually think it'll help. Its never a good idea to buy like though. I have experienced this once, and people won't contribute anything good to your page. The only comments my bought likes gave me for the promotion of their own pages :/
Because it gives the illusion of being popular or famous which in turn can get you a lot of views, followers, likes etc.. People love to think they are friends with someone famous.
Haha some people use addmefast only to sell these likes, followers. They don't like them they like the money they make with them.
They can be used to boost followers when creating new pages, but also for social signals to your sites. I used lots of social signals on a blogger way back and its ranking
They're obviously fake but they do their job as long as you're looking for fake followers
they are great for social signals thats it.
addmefast g+ are safe?
I've heard that Google analyses the level of social activity to the number of followers a page has.
Thus if you have a alot of fake likes (and therefore minimal social activity), your page will flagged for posting low quality content and thus have a negative effect on SEO.
Id be interested to hear what other members have to say about this?
It is pretty useful to get a new site started, but it isn't something for the long term.
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