"Your page got more new likes this week. Keep up the good work!"

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by juicemane, May 2, 2017.

  1. juicemane

    juicemane Regular Member

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    I got this in my notifications. This shit kind of irritated me because Facebook has no intention of even showing the people who like my page the content I post. I have to pay to reach the people who like my page, and I had to pay to get these likes.

    What exactly am i being congratulated for?

    "good job on paying us money to show your ads"

    lol fuck off.
     
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    Vladamir Power Member

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    Danisahne Junior Member

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    i freaking burstes laughing at this haha
     
  4. jemari

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    You are paying more this week. Keep up the good work
     
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    SMfelipe Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I usually just laugh when they send me a notification about my ads not reaching a lot of people when my cpc is like .005
     
  6. juicemane

    juicemane Regular Member

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    The numbers that they show you when creating the ads are so bullshit

    They say 'pay $28 to reach up to 16,000 people' ....

    they can just say "pay $28 to reach round 1000-2000 people ... " ... thats exactly what I reached when I ran the recommended $28 ad