buying facebook likes off fiverr.com

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people are selling fan likes on fiverr.com

is this some kind of software? are they generating fake profiles and then sending them to your page?

Is there any where that I can can genuinely outsource some real human fans to my page?
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  • Profile picture of the author MarketingChad
    Chances are they're probably using a site like YouLikeHits.com....they're "real" in the sense that they are people with real profiles who swap likes and followers on those websites. Not real in the sense that they aren't targeted and probably won't be very responsive.

    If you're using this to boost your SEO though, there's nothing wrong with it.
  • Profile picture of the author dreamtunnel
    i am not convinced that the profiles are real, they are all girls nearly, they all have a similar kind of look about them like all the pics were by the smae photographer and why cant i add them or message them?
  • Profile picture of the author dazkat
    I agree with MarketingChad, if the purpose of these likes was for SEO then I wouldn't be too concerned.

    Perhaps next time go with a different provider on Fiverr.
  • Profile picture of the author MarketingChad
    YouLikeHits - Free Facebook Likes, Twitter Followers, YouTube Subscribers, Website Hits

    WeLikeHits - Get Twitter Followers, Facebook Likes, Google +1, YouTube Views and Website Hits for FREE!

    http://hitslikeyou.com/

    There are literally dozens of these sites. You basically "like" other account holders stuff and in turn you earn credits which you can "spend" to get your own stuff liked. Not saying all the accounts are real, in fact it is spammed a lot these days. There is software on this very forum to automate the process and earn you a mass of credits. People are creating multiple accounts and selling it on fiverr as a service. They are selling you the use of their credits. Whether or not you're getting "real" accounts is debatable but there are going to be some for sure.
  • Profile picture of the author dreamtunnel
    its more to try to get more people on facebook using my page, im not doing it for SEO, i need active users who will share my content
  • Profile picture of the author TestiVar
    You will never be successful trying to build a business via fraud.

    Even if you did somehow break through the fraud barrier and attained some kind of success, the FTC and other governing agencies would be able to see your posts here admitting that you committed fraud.

    A "like" is obviously a customer testimonial. Customer testimonials can't be purchased or incentivized without disclosure. If disclosed, they are worthless. Nobody cares that people "liked" you because you paid $5 for them to like you. If not disclosed, you are committing fraud.

    Why not spend your time building a business without fraud? It is more effective and you won't have it all taken away with FTC fines and jail time.
  • Profile picture of the author MarketingChad
    Originally Posted by dreamtunnel View Post

    its more to try to get more people on facebook using my page, im not doing it for SEO, i need active users who will share my content
    Gonna have to do it the good old-fashioned way I'm afraid. Roll up those sleeves and start getting in the conversation!
  • Profile picture of the author EllesBelles
    You can't buy that on Fiverr.

    Think about it, the person who is doing the work only gets $4 really, they just use software to add people. Even if they are real people, you'll find almost all of them are also friends with various other 'starter' FB pages which quickly gives way that they've been bought.

    If you want targeted, interested followers, you'll need to do the work yourself or hire a social media expert (for more then $5).
  • Profile picture of the author dreamtunnel
    guess i'll just do it the old fashioned way then...dont wanna get put in jail lol

    all i need is about 800 real likes, i think thats enough to send my page viral as the content is pretty good
  • Profile picture of the author SamuelUherek
    Never buy likes or +1s on Fiverr. It's not worth it.

    Don't try to find a trick to get those 800 likes. It's not about the highest number. You can be more successful if you have only 20 likes, but real targeted likes from people who appreciate what you do.

    I hope that you won't do it again, but it's up to you.
  • Profile picture of the author dreamtunnel
    nope i wont do it again
  • Profile picture of the author gpb
    I wouldn't do it - it's not really a good long term strategy to start a business fraudulently. Also, these "likes" are most likely from fake Facebook accounts so they're probably useless anyway.
  • Profile picture of the author curly sue
    you cannot 100s of fans for $5. you can only use them to make your page look good. Try using a fan exchange site you will get real fans from there.
  • Profile picture of the author Rich Shaw
    I avoid these like the plague!

    Personally, I would rather have niche targeted likes or followers for either my facebook or twitter accounts.

    That way I know that I will have a more responsive following to my marketing campaigns and more opt-ins to my list.
  • Profile picture of the author Stella Foong
    I go to youlikehits to get at least 25 fans to get my username. Does Facebook still have this restriction? I heard from someone that FB quietly removed this restriction.
  • Profile picture of the author megawarrior
    It's simple: They just use a software/bot to create hundreds of FB accounts using different proxies, which then automatically log-in and 'like' your page. He probably leeched the images for the profile pictures.
  • Profile picture of the author Green Diamond
    For sure they are fake profiles...There are many websites now doing exchange fans which let people to like different pages in order to get likes for their pages..So basically they create profiles & like pages using robots then they can redeem their point for your fan page likes...

    In order to get real human likes you may use facebook advertising only or use a kind of clickjacking in systems like adfly which is illegal & not a professional act.
  • Profile picture of the author HBurner
    Originally Posted by dreamtunnel View Post

    people are selling fan likes on fiverr.com

    is this some kind of software? are they generating fake profiles and then sending them to your page?

    Is there any where that I can can genuinely outsource some real human fans to my page?
    Most of the cheap sellers at fiverr are providing fake fans. However there may be very few sellers who provide real ones. Some providers are also posting at BHW and DP forums and guarantee real fans only.
  • Profile picture of the author PeterBruce
    Originally Posted by sexy sue View Post

    you cannot 100s of fans for $5. you can only use them to make your page look good. Try using a fan exchange site you will get real fans from there.
    Most exchange sites will just generate fake bot accounts also.
  • Profile picture of the author daioner
    Originally Posted by EllesBelles View Post

    You can't buy that on Fiverr.

    Think about it, the person who is doing the work only gets $4 really, they just use software to add people. Even if they are real people, you'll find almost all of them are also friends with various other 'starter' FB pages which quickly gives way that they've been bought.

    If you want targeted, interested followers, you'll need to do the work yourself or hire a social media expert (for more then $5).
    thats right you get what you pay for! i use fiver services and similar like youhit but i think the best conversation i found it on Buy Facebook Fans/Likes - Get 200 Likes for $12.99 or Your Money Back they have low prices and they deliver targeted usa likes! i use it to increase my sales throught a fan page!

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