The Casino of Facebook Likes using Boostlikes
Boostlikes is a prime example of a business that provides Facebook likes or followers to your marketing pages or PR campaigns. When you pay a fee that starts at $22.00 for Instagram, $27 for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, your provided with an artificial audience bought and paid with a 5 day minimum waiting period .This supposedly establishes credibility with readership because people unfortunately follow trends and not necessarily content. You be the judge, is this morally right and do they actually provide the service with no stated like building end date?
Shaw Website Design Group is going to try out Boostlikes free Facebook like service to see how it works and how long it takes. Following the instructions on their webpage, we have written this short piece about what they are offering and provided backlinks to their webpages. Let’s now see if and how long it takes for the likes to appear. Observe that if it does work we will be leaving a disclaimer on our Facebook page and linking back here to explain the artificial growth in our like count.
We will update this page periodically, so if you want see the results, please feel free to view our Google+ page or join us on Twitter. Today's Date is 18/12/2013....stay tuned....
Update #1 - It is now the 19th of December 2013 , 24 hours later. We have received 280 likes so far. Their claim is for real...watch for the next update...
Edu : Social Media
Publisher : Shaw Website Design Group | Genre : Marketing | Location : Calgary
URL : http://shawwebsitedesign.jimdo.com/2013/07/25/the-casino-of-facebook-likes/
Checking out how well Boostlinks works at providing likes or followers
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By : thegoldenpipewrench | Date : 2013-12-18 | Site : http://shawwebsitedesign.jimdo.com
Citation : Dennis O'Reilly - CNET