Men Only Survey - Would You Buy This Facebook App?

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My Fellow Men.. Husbands.. Boyfriends.. .. I have a survey that only you can answer!

Does your wife constantly (if not daily or 3 times a day) bug you to login to facebook and click the LIKE button on something she has postede? (usually a photo of herself)

Please dear God tell me that I am not the only one suffering through the daily or more obligation to login to facebook against my will and click the "all-so-important" like button that "MUST BE CLICKED IF YOU TRULY DO LOVE ME" lol....

If I am not the only one, let me know if this would be a useful app for you to have?

Facebook App Idea Part 1:

1. You select which friend you want to auto-like all content that is posted from their account...

2. The app will auto-like ANYTHING they post INSTANTLY...

3. You will NEVER have to stop what you are doing because your wife or girlfriend demands you login and like their stuff again...

YES! FREEDOM!!!!!!!!!!!!


Facebook App Idea Part 2:

1. You select which friend you want to auto-like all content that is posted from their account...

2. The app will auto-like ANYTHING they post INSTANTLY...

3. You also setup a random rotator of comments such as "GORGEOUS!" or "My hot wife right here yeah!" and things like "you are my soulmate" or "i love you forever" ... and these sayings will automatically be commented on ANTHING they post randomly to appear natural.

Thanks so much for your input.

Please answer the following questions in a comment below:

Husbands, Boyfriends, Significant Others Annoyed by Daily Demands to Click Like... Would You Use This App?

If so, would you pay $1 per month for this app?

What is your suggestion to call this app?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
    I'll admit, I'm NOT much of a social media guru - but what's the point of this?

    You like your friends stuff, that's not going to get you more traffic or anything...

    Sorry, perhaps I'm just missing the obvious LOL
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    • Profile picture of the author Steve B
      Lazy market research for his new app . . .

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      • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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        Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

        Lazy market research for his new app . . .

        Steve
        I wouldnt even know how to make something like this so i wouldnt say its my new app, but yes its "lazy market research" I guess, but does that make it illegitimate or not worthwhile to answer my questions? LOL

        I really just want to know if this is even a worthwhile idea or not and if I am the only person with this problem.

        Sure if other guys found it useful i might one day get around to making this but would probably have to partner with someone on it anyway

        speaking of nobody better steal this idea i had it first damnit.

        I would buy this in a heartbeat.. but am I the only one?

        I would still buy this for myself regardless!
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      • Profile picture of the author reln
        Well, at the time of this writing I dont even have a Facebook account. Avoiding having one so I dont waste time being on Facebook as its a time killer.

        My wife has an account but she is not into posting like our neighbor who is a crazy social media guru and has thousands of followers on facebook and twitter.

        Sorry that I cant help beyond that.
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      • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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        Originally Posted by Steve B View Post

        Lazy market research for his new app . . .

        Steve

        You still didnt answer my survey LOL
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    • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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      Originally Posted by Jeff Lenney View Post

      I'll admit, I'm NOT much of a social media guru - but what's the point of this?

      You like your friends stuff, that's not going to get you more traffic or anything...

      Sorry, perhaps I'm just missing the obvious LOL

      Well to put it plainly.... my wife constantly like 3 times a day begs me to login and click like button on a new pic she added.

      She will even add the same exact pic 15 times in 2 days because she like to tweak the coloring and stuff then add it again, erasing my like and then making me go login and like it again.

      It's been happening for nearly 8 years LOL and since I wouldn't dare dream of divorcing her ( ilove her to death) i thought well what if I had a FB app to do it for me? LOL

      I could imagine her coming to ask me hey please go like my stuff and i could smugly smile and say "i already did" and she would be so clueless how the hell im liking her stuff so fast without lifting a finger!!

      like i said... FREEDOM... LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author valdorion
    This is ridiculous, what if she posts a photo of her sister? Will your app reply with a "you are my soulmate" comment?
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    • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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      Originally Posted by valdorion View Post

      This is ridiculous, what if she posts a photo of her sister? Will your app reply with a "you are my soulmate" comment?

      lol good point, didnt thnk of that.
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  • Profile picture of the author Trankuility
    I like your enthusiasm, haha. But really, I would not use this app. Certainly wouldn't pay for it. Guys just need to grow some balls and say "I'm NOT going to like your picture. You look like a toad."

    And you're not selling freedom. You're selling shackles.

    Think about it.
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    • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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      Originally Posted by Trankuility View Post

      I like your enthusiasm, haha. But really, I would not use this app. Certainly wouldn't pay for it. Guys just need to grow some balls and say "I'm NOT going to like your picture. You look like a toad."

      And you're not selling freedom. You're selling shackles.

      Think about it.
      Think about what? Not sure what you mean exactly.

      Honestly this is NOT about selling anything.. I honestly just want this app for me SO I CAN AUTO LIKE MY WIFE'S POSTS LOL!!

      I wouldn't mind financing its development by selling it after the fact of course ..

      so that is why i am seeking your opinions

      otherwise i wouldnt be posting this at all and would just build it myself but dont know how.

      you guys are so damn skeptical you honestly missing my entire point and you thnk im doing market research trying to sell LOL
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  • Profile picture of the author travlinguy
    No one (wife or my three girlfriends ) has ever insisted I like anything on Facebook. Some folks have asked nicely but that's it. I don't think there would be much of a market for your apps.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ghoster
    I wouldn't need it, no.

    People who waste my time by asking me to do stuff on Facebook get ignored.

    And, I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that auto-liking things will just make their content show up more. Won't it just cause content that you don't care about to clog up the timeline?
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    • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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      Originally Posted by Ghoster View Post

      I wouldn't need it, no.

      People who waste my time by asking me to do stuff on Facebook get ignored.

      And, I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure that auto-liking things will just make their content show up more. Won't it just cause content that you don't care about to clog up the timeline?

      lol yeah but i cant ignore my wife

      i wouldnt be auto-liking anyones stuff but my wifes and all she posts is family pics and cute cat shit so honestly i would not mind at all if this is all i saw in my timeline.

      honestly you guys are soooooo overthinking this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Lenney
    Yeah sorry man - i've got no interest in this....I still don't see the point...
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    I think I'd be okay with option #1. Option #2 might cause you to get into some embarrassing situations where you get out of context comments that aren't congruent with the post -- leading to people (especially your significant other) wondering if you're actually paying attention to her posts!
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  • Profile picture of the author Monkmoney
    Its actually a good idea, to auto like your wifes post lol

    I wouldnt do it but im sure many would
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    • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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      Originally Posted by Monkmoney View Post

      Its actually a good idea, to auto like your wifes post lol

      I wouldnt do it but im sure many would

      thanks for honest opinion. I CANNOT POSSIBLY BE THE ONLY GUY dealing with this situation... lol!!
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  • Profile picture of the author RichBeck
    Jason, I don't see people paying for it monthly ....

    BUT, I do see it as a list builder... You can then monetize it in a variety of ways.....
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    • Profile picture of the author jasonthewebmaster
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      Originally Posted by RichBeck View Post

      Jason, I don't see people paying for it monthly ....

      BUT, I do see it as a list builder... You can then monetize it in a variety of ways.....
      i dont think so. i dont need it to build a list and why would it ask for someone's email? I just need it to like my wifes stuff. not sure where an email comes into play??
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  • Profile picture of the author jsen
    This app will surely help those who are constantly being bugged by their corresponding partner over a trivial matter (sorry for that; to women who might chance to read this). I'll change partner and not buy the app (lol!) but then if she is already my wife I'll go buy this app.
    But really, anyone annoyingly bugging their buddy for a like in facebook need to consider some professional help but then your app should be the cheaper alternative just to ward her off for the meantime.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Jason, it sounds like there's a lot of young single guys here. Some sound destined to remain that way for some time...

      My wife just logs into my FB account and "likes" things for me, mostly online contests and sweeps she wants an extra entry for. Given the amount of stuff she's won over the years (including the laptop I'm typing this on), I don't mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gambino
    Sounds like the dumbest thing i've ever heard in my life, to be honest. i would be interested in an app that automatically deleted people that begged me to like their stuff on facebook.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leriqs
    I could not give a rats arse about it. My wife does not even have a facebook accout.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    I do not think that this can help us. Well, maybe it is just me. Do you have any people who are desperate to get this app. What is the main use. Frankly, it seems as spam.
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    • Profile picture of the author Formal Shorts
      Nope.


      1) My fiancée would not be impressed at all.


      2) Let's say she posts about some animal cruelty story or bad news story..."Love it, Baby x"


      This just sounds like a way of getting yourself in trouble. Not for me I'm afraid.


      HOWEVER - if you could change it to auto like a new profile photo, that would be somewhat safer.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tsnyder
    If I had a wife or girlfriend who persistently bugged me to "Like"
    everything they posted on Facebook I would:

    1. If it were a girlfriend I'd find a new girlfriend

    2. If it were my wife I'd have a very long and serious talk with
    her about being needy and narcisisstic.

    The whole premise is incredibly ridiculous. No... I would not buy this app.

    Seriously, dude... if your wife bugs you incessantly to "Like" everything
    she posts on Facebook you have serious issues to deal with. That's just
    not right.
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  • Profile picture of the author agmccall
    I would make a facbook account using a smoking hot chick persona, then any time she nagged me about liking something, I would add it to the hot chick account and then like it from mine.

    Love is in the air

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    • Profile picture of the author aussiebrah
      How about an app that monitors your wife's pathetic attention seeking behavior on social media and automatically generates and mails divorce papers to your home
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