What do you think about Facebook Fake Likes?

Discussion in 'Social Media for Business' started by tk-hassan, Apr 29, 2016.

  1. tk-hassan

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    Hello members..

    I want to ask something as everyone aware of Fake Likes for facebook or fake followers for twitter. There are various companies in the market which are offering it. Is it effective for business or not?
     
  2. Host Capitol

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    Absolutely not. The followers/likes are fake (no value whatsoever). It would be more worthwhile to invest that money in promoting your profile to get real likes/followers that may actually convert into paying customers.
     
  3. Aisha Chowdhury

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    Fake Likes and followers are no longer stay with particular business or services. Its just one kind of strategy to show that page is more popular and have more likes.
     
  4. Joseph.Shivell

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    It's a "strategy" that makes a page look like it is more popular. Moe important than the number of likes is the amount of engagement a page's followers have with the page. Fake likes from non-existent followers cannot engage with the page.
     
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  5. harryvent

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    Fake likes/followers make a page very popular but it's really waste. Suppose any customers do business with that company, surely customer unsatisfied to make a business deal.
     
  6. cheta

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    Fake likes are not healthy for social media marketing. With time, they will simply drop off and make your page look deceitful and untruthful if a facebook user comes and see that the likes are much decreasing with time. Buy Facebook ads or do some good promotional methods to boost your likes up though it will e a gradual process.
     
  7. rf-harris

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    It is absolutely correct. What is the point of having thousands of likes to a page if the posts on this page not going to get any likes, shares and comments. These fake likes are useless.
     
  8. AquibSk123

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    Nooooooo. It is useless. Fullly Useless. That fake followers/likes doesn't give you any potential benefits whereas real followers/likes give you more as compare to fake.
     
  9. ManjuralHaque

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    FB likes are important for FB pages. But fake likes don't last long more on the site. So always try for original like rather than fake one or using bot or robot.
     
  10. w3web

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    Fake likes may give you overnight population, but they may not give you lasting results. Maybe fake likes benefits in the initial days, and especially if it for SEO purpose- you may not achieve long-term goals. So, i suggest you not to invest for fake likes, it is always better to invest your time in realistic ways to build network in FB. But believe me, you get huge traffic after building the relevant niche with quality content.
     

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