Crock Pot Girls 1,000,000+ likes in 2 weeks?

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OK, which one of you is behind this...and what tool are you using? There is a facebook fanpage that is putting up red flags all over. The mommy blogger got there Thongs in a knot, they are all trash talkin...just google crockpot girls and check out their fan page. it's growing in front of your eyes and there are a few blog posts talking about it. Check it out

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hellotarte.com/blog/2011/09/01/crock-pot-girls-a-crock/
tech4mommies.com/2011/09/my-2-cents-on-crock-pot-girls-for-what-its-worth/
#crock #crock pot girls #girls #likes #pot #weeks
  • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
    I don't think it's fake. I think it is a legitimate viral explosion.
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  • Profile picture of the author blalock61
    I do not think it is fake either. A lot of people who are on my friends list on Facebook that I have known a long time have liked the page and are continuing to like it.

    I about made a post about a week ago talking about this viral explosion but decided not to. It is interesting to watch.
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    • Profile picture of the author gypsydogg
      Originally Posted by blalock61 View Post

      I do not think it is fake either. A lot of people who are on my friends list on Facebook that I have known a long time have liked the page and are continuing to like it.

      I about made a post about a week ago talking about this viral explosion but decided not to. It is interesting to watch.
      Ask your friends if they actually "Liked" it. tech4mommy's friends did NOT, only 1 of them legitimately "Liked" the page.
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    Ya, tech4mommies was not a glowing review. I just found a news story about it, though. They just say it went viral. They don't seem to be tech-savvy at all. They said they just made the page as a hobby and only expected 30 to 40 fans. Perhaps they did hire someone to get them likes and had no idea how they'd actually be getting them fans. If they did that, perhaps once they got some fans by paying someone to do it for them, then it went viral naturally.

    I don't know, it certainly seems weird that a new page thin on content went viral so quickly.

    But here's a news story about it, they seem pretty innocent, really.

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  • Profile picture of the author imarketstuff
    hey folks

    here is a link that explains a possible "how" in decent detail, ineteresting quick read:

    Crock Pot Girls Gain 800k Facebook Fans in 2 Weeks | She Posts

    here's something mentioned in the article:

    Facebook now allows Page administrators to send their friends invites to Like their Page that appear as notifications, opening a new viral channel that could assist Page growth. Because these invites generate Facebook and email notifications, they are much more noticeable and could have a higher conversion rate than the Page suggestions admins could previously send…


    Admins of new Pages looking to establish an initial fan base should use the new “Invite Friends” link that appears on their Page. Adding a large number of admins that can all use the feature on their own friends could be an effective growth strategy for smaller Pages.






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    • Profile picture of the author braincandy7
      Thats a very interesting piece of news I wonder how long until FB decide to scrap it.

      Kudos to the Croc Pot Girls! If they are genuine then great for them!

      Originally Posted by imarketstuff View Post

      hey folks

      here is a link that explains a possible "how" in decent detail, ineteresting quick read:

      Crock Pot Girls Gain 800k Facebook Fans in 2 Weeks | She Posts

      here's something mentioned in the article:





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      • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
        After a few minutes of investigation, I have changed my mind, lol.

        I think there are some other things going on behind the scenes on this and I'm not convinced it is au natural.

        Definitely a great case study to prod into and see what the real culprit is.
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    • Profile picture of the author Daret
      Originally Posted by imarketstuff View Post

      hey folks

      here is a link that explains a possible "how" in decent detail, ineteresting quick read:

      Crock Pot Girls Gain 800k Facebook Fans in 2 Weeks | She Posts

      here's something mentioned in the article:





      [/INDENT]peace

      hmmm, thats a pretty good tip to implement to to get loads of fans on the fanpages!
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      • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
        Originally Posted by tpw View Post

        I have changed my mind.
        lol.

        We want so badly to believe in Santa sometimes that we are willing to jump and call everyone else a hater.

        I have no actual proof or stats, but when you compare and analyze, it makes no sense what so ever.

        And one girl hitting the road is not a good sign.

        If Facebook finds some bots behind the madness, this particular scenario may cause a really big uproar.
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        • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
          Originally Posted by Jill Carpenter View Post


          We want so badly to believe in Santa sometimes that we are willing to jump and call everyone else a hater.
          Say there's no Santa one more time. I dare you.
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  • Profile picture of the author andynathan
    Either way that is an incredible growth that could be a great case study!
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    I think they are real girls regardless of one of the blog posts repeatedly calling them "girls" as if they were fake. But it does seem clear that the guy behind the scenes is the brother-in-law of one of them and obviously doesn't know how to get Whois privacy, ha ha, as the bloggers got his name from the domain registration and then noted he's an affiliate marketer. Uh oh...He's probably the mastermind behind how they got so many fans whereas the girls just don't have a clue how it's going down.

    Although I guess that new Facebook feature could have played a big part? I don't know...
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    • Profile picture of the author gypsydogg
      No they are real girls, they even posted a YouTube page. But one of them left the group and created her own "RARE" buzz that is growing at an equally rapid pace. Which is another reason I smell bull droppings!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Money Maker
    I hate to say this. but I think you most likely posted this because it's your Facebook site and U wanted to get people excited....If I'm wrong then sorry...But hey that's how people pull off these stunts...I did that 15 years ago with websites...goodluck
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    • Profile picture of the author gypsydogg
      Originally Posted by Mr Money Maker View Post

      I hate to say this. but I think you most likely posted this because it's your Facebook site and U wanted to get people excited....If I'm wrong then sorry...But hey that's how people pull off these stunts...I did that 15 years ago with websites...goodluck
      LOL, someone always has a conspiracy theory...no it's not me, I wish it was shoot!! I would have covered my tracks better though. Ya your wrong, no offense taken. Blackhatters are saying it's a possible netbot...whatever that is...I'm about to google that.
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  • Profile picture of the author gypsydogg
    You guys have to understand on the service it's legit, Any fan page with 1,000,000 viewers is going to TURN legit. But the rapid growth from conception to where they are at now in less than 2 weeks is not Legit.

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    The website doesn't have a link to the facebook page, the twitter account is barely developed with only less than 400 followers. There was NO source of traffic for it to grow at this pace. No News features, NOTHING!!

    Now that being said it HAS taken on a life of it's own and legit posts are coming etc. But go to their blog and look at the comments and trackback links....it does not look normal.
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  • Profile picture of the author katied772
    My daughter actually mentioned this site to me yesterday. She did "Like" it thinking it would be helpful for her since she doesn't like or have the time to cook. So, that's one legitimate "like".
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    • Profile picture of the author angelarose
      Fake..Fake...fake...fake... Even the news articles are fake. Have you followed the stream of wall posts... they keep repeating themselves because they are all automated.
      The latest facebook software that came out in August says boasts:
      • "With its unique viral features like Applications, fanpages, groups, events etc , its easy to get massive targeted traffic"
      • It automates Facebook account creation, adding friends in accounts, creating fanpages and make them viral, posting on wall of groups/fanpages etc. In short, It helps you to manage and automate each and every activity of your facebook advertising campaign. Its an excellent tool for viral facebook marketing.
      It can create fake conversations, fake profiles, and probably the first million "likes". Everything after that is probably real humans because it's already viral.
      Sound familiar? It's only $57!
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      • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
        Originally Posted by angelarose View Post

        Fake..Fake...fake...fake... It can create fake conversations, fake profiles, and probably the first million "likes". Everything after that is probably real humans because it's already viral.
        Sound familiar?
        I did a spot check on a dozen or so profiles. These are real profiles with lots of friends and activity. This software must be the greatest software on earth if it creates aged accounts with tons of photos and history.

        It's a real fan page that went viral, people!
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        • Profile picture of the author angelarose
          Yes! It actually can. You can choose any dates you want as facebook status updates from years ago, you can add as many friends and pictures as you want. However, like I said, that was the first million fans, now there are real people on there.. what a shame.
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    • Profile picture of the author katied772
      Originally Posted by katied772 View Post

      My daughter actually mentioned this site to me yesterday. She did "Like" it thinking it would be helpful for her since she doesn't like or have the time to cook. So, that's one legitimate "like".
      I asked my daughter about the site. She said she "liked" it earlier this week and at that time there were about 200,000 likes. Many of her friends have liked it also and many people are posting their own recipes on their walls. Apparently the site owner asked everyone to start posting all their recipes on the site, so the site will soon have lots of user generated content. Then of course, everyone will want to see their recipe "published" on the site so will visit and tell their friends. Works well and as Suzanne indicated, the mommy market is ideal.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    I don't know what is so surprising about its rapid popularity. It is exactly the kind of Facebook page that would go viral. Mommies and cooking and all that domestic stuff.

    It's a real topic with real people behind it and people like it. It didn't need a backup site to get traffic. Facebook can generate tons of traffic all by itself. Some of the most popular Facebook pages have been about ordinary stuff. No big IM campaign.
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    • Profile picture of the author gypsydogg
      Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

      I don't know what is so surprising about its rapid popularity. It is exactly the kind of Facebook page that would go viral. Mommies and cooking and all that domestic stuff.

      It's a real topic with real people behind it and people like it. It didn't need a backup site to get traffic. Facebook can generate tons of traffic all by itself. Some of the most popular Facebook pages have been about ordinary stuff. No big IM campaign.
      1,000,000 in less than two weeks. If you search for it on facebook it doesn't even come up on top, last I checked anyway...so how the heck are people finding it? They are not the first people talking about crock pot recipes and NON have had this success...so the question is, what did they do?
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      • Profile picture of the author gypsydogg
        Oh ya and if you dig deeper and look at the fans of these people, they have no activity accept for liking that page...very odd
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          • Profile picture of the author tpw
            Originally Posted by gypsydogg View Post

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            Maybe, but most likely not.

            If you read the story, this looks like a true "viral" phenomena...

            The people involved just started online on August 19th, about two weeks ago, and they are not online marketers.

            This was not orchestrated by a marketer. It just happened.
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            • Profile picture of the author gypsydogg
              Originally Posted by tpw View Post

              Maybe, but most likely not.

              If you read the story, this looks like a true "viral" phenomena...

              The people involved just started online on August 19th, about two weeks ago, and they are not online marketers.

              This was not orchestrated by a marketer. It just happened.
              Keep reading, they they have a brother that is in IM
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            • Profile picture of the author tpw
              Originally Posted by tpw View Post

              Maybe, but most likely not.

              If you read the story, this looks like a true "viral" phenomena...

              The people involved just started online on August 19th, about two weeks ago, and they are not online marketers.

              This was not orchestrated by a marketer. It just happened.

              I have changed my mind.

              This was most likely orchestrated by the guy behind the web design company they hired.

              Crock Pot Girls a CROCK??? « Tarte Advertising Blog
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      • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
        Originally Posted by gypsydogg View Post

        1,000,000 in less than two weeks. If you search for it on facebook it doesn't even come up on top, last I checked anyway...so how the heck are people finding it? They are not the first people talking about crock pot recipes and NON have had this success...so the question is, what did they do?
        When somebody likes a page, it appears on their wall. Friends now see that like and then like it themselves. It doesn't have to appear on any search listing to go viral.
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    • Profile picture of the author J Bold
      Originally Posted by sbucciarel View Post

      I don't know what is so surprising about its rapid popularity.
      If you read all the blog posts you'd probably get what's so surprising about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author kaper7
    Getting a million real human likes in two weeks is very unlikely. If the likes were generated by a robot then there's really no trafic. At the same time, the publicity of such likes automatically creates a viral effect as more and more people will check it out and like it. It may be brilliant but not truthful and may have a negative consequence in the long run. Good reputation is very important.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      They seem to have comments up the wazoo - so it looks authentic to me.

      People are stepping away from the microwaves and the crock it the best way to do it.
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    • Profile picture of the author E. Brian Rose
      Originally Posted by kaper7 View Post

      Getting a million real human likes in two weeks is very unlikely.
      Why is it any different than a YouTube video? Have you seen the Honey Badger video? It got 15 million views in a month.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
        EBR, not impossible, but I am having a really hard time believing as I refresh the page and see the "likes" increase as fast as they are.

        I could be wrong, by all means. But it's not like they were on some major broadcast. They were completely unknown and just "popped" out of no where.

        You don't just pop up a fan page one day and get this without something else going on. I'm having a really hard time believing it.

        It was a few years ago, but I was in on a major campaign where a site got a lot of visits - but they had been featured in a major magazine.

        To my knowledge there was no featuring of these people in any major media setting. And their other social media sites are not keeping up the same pace.
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  • Profile picture of the author J Bold
    This has happened with youtube videos, by the way, getting millions of views in a week or two after going viral.

    So it's possible, but...

    These are "likes" not just views.

    At first the page just had one video and was getting hundreds of thousands of likes already? And nothing particularly special about the video?

    Sorry, if everyone read the blog posts investigating this, you'd see that a lot of the earlier "likes" were from profiles that seemed to exist solely to like the page.

    What you're seeing now, however, IS natural viral momentum, but I do believe the system was gamed in the beginning.
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  • Profile picture of the author tpw
    Strangely, I have heard of this person before today.

    I cannot remember however how I came to know Crock Pot Girl, but I know I have seen her somewhere before.

    After reading the story, not the same person.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      Strangely, I have heard of this person before today.

      I cannot remember however how I came to know Crock Pot Girl, but I know I have seen her somewhere before.

      After reading the story, not the same person.
      It will never be anything like "Get Crocked 365"
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    • Profile picture of the author ExRat
      Hi Bill,

      Originally Posted by tpw View Post

      Strangely, I have heard of this person before today.

      I cannot remember however how I came to know Crock Pot Girl, but I know I have seen her somewhere before.

      After reading the story, not the same person.
      Are you sure you're not thinking of pot pie girl?

      ...............

      If any of you have been involved with resell rights ebooks in the past (there was a classic 'set' of ebooks that did the rounds, including 'crock pot recipes') - I'm talking about eight years ago or so and if you also watched your analytics, you would know that for some unexplained reason (particularly on ebay) that keyword gets (got) a disproportionately large amount of searches.

      Just saying.
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  • Profile picture of the author cgboy
    sometimes useful contents that can get to the moms at home can be super hot.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Ning Lo
    Very nice share here..

    I believe it's legit and just a "regular" viral explosion
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  • Profile picture of the author harrietfredge
    Yeah, it is not really fake. It's growth is quite amazing and interesting as well however, this is no longer new in the business..
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    I think they could have done something artificial to get this thing rolling. But the growth going on right now could very well be natural.

    I mean if you think about it, what is probably the largest demographic on facebook? Moms. And the largest portion of the moms demographic that are on facebook, would love to stumble upon something while on facebook that saves them a little more time to spend on facebook. And what better than a crock-pot recipe to do that? Combine that with the beginning of the NFL season and you've got even more moms escaping to facebook. And thus a viral fanpage is born.

    And as far as the growth rate goes, that's not indicative of something nefarious. It just looks more impressive when you can see stats updated live like you can on a fanpage. But there are a lot of people on Facebook, and so far a tenth of 1% of them have signed up to this fanpage.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mo Goulet
    Any page generating explosive growth catches my eyes. What do you think would happen if you sent a message to everyone who liked your page telling them you are going to make them an admin for 24 hours and if they click the invite the friends button in the right column and send an invite to check you page, you'll give them "Put your give away here" when 5 of their friends join? I believe there is a WSO out there with software that can do this for you. PM me if you can't find it.
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    • Profile picture of the author IMWinner
      I totally had the same feedback about it, that it is not fake since checking the profile, they are real people who just wanted to share their skills in Face book. We can't take away the fact that Face book, as a social networking site, is by far one of the popular sites and has more than millions of followers from it. We could safely say that Crockpot girls just went viral and reached around a million likes in a span of two weeks? Impossible it may seem but it is possible since there are more than a million or probably billions of people who are in the social networking site.
      It is totally impossible at first since they are seemed "unknown" to the world then can generate a million likes in just two weeks. Well, they are no longer "unknown" today since having a million followers doesn't seem to fit the term unknown to them. As you can see, they are just simple ladies, that I think aren't that conscious of what had happen to their page as it went viral in the internet.
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesGw
    Definitely a manufactured viral effect. I'm curious, as many others clearly are, about how they managed to pull it off.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rus Sells
    Hella no it isn't fake! I was just talking about cooking in a crock pot this morning on Skype actually! How funny!

    As you can see TONS of people love using crock pots! I'm going to go like that page now, cya!
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  • Profile picture of the author Roaddog
    In April of 2011, Frito Lay received over 1,500,000 likes in 24 hours.

    In Feb of 2011 Lil Wayne (the alleged singer) received over 500,000 likes in 24 hours, on a single post.

    These seem like corporate orchestrations and so does this crockpot 'miracle'.



    Edit: Don't know if it's corporate or not, but orchestrated, definitely.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    I imagine Rival, the company that owns the Trademark Crockpot is just biding it's time until it contacts Facebook to take the page over.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pauly60451
    I like pie! Maybe I can do this with a pie guy site.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jill Carpenter
      Originally Posted by Pauly60451 View Post

      I like pie! Maybe I can do this with a pie guy site.
      You make the page pie guy and I will go like it.
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      • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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        Originally Posted by Pauly60451 View Post

        I like pie! Maybe I can do this with a pie guy site.
        Originally Posted by Jill Carpenter View Post

        You make the page pie guy and I will go like it.
        Yeah, me too. Get a couple more pie guys and call yourself ... of course, the Pie Guys. I think we're on to something big.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ryan David
    I convinced my wife that crock pot cooking doesn't count as real cooking. I would hate for her to see 1M facebook fans that say otherwise.

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    • Profile picture of the author Pauly60451
      Originally Posted by Ryan David View Post

      I convinced my wife that crock pot cooking doesn't count as real cooking. I would hate for her to see 1M facebook fans that say otherwise.

      Ahhhh, you haven't really cooked until you've stuffed your lunch between the jugs of a Harley and ridden 100 miles. Hard to make a pie that way, though.
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    Crock Pot Girls a CROCK???
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    A guy by the name of Chase Shelby is the one that their website is registered to. Chase is a brother-in-law to one of the "girls" and Chase is what he likes to refer to as an "SEO expert and affiliate marketer". He owns two other domains, ChaseMarketingProfits.com and StephenvilleInternetMarketing.com, and his internet marketing packages start at $149.95.
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  • Profile picture of the author sandrasims
    There is no way a page could get that many likes without a) a bot or b) spending massive amounts of money on Facebook ads.
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