Facebook is the most popular and successful of all the social networking sites. It encourages you to share more and more with the world. Precisely this, has catapulted it into the top mode of advertising today. It is currently valued at sixteen billion dollars. This is because real people from all over the world tell everyone else what exactly it is that they like. To benefit from this marketing surplus, you have to create a page on Facebook for your product. Then, people who like it will 'like' it. And that is when you start hearing 'ka-ching' in your dreams.
Luckily, likes can be bought. For a reasonable amount of money, a particular number of likes can be bought for your page. The more the number of likes, more attention your page is going to draw. Fans will post news about your product on their pages and before you know it, your product will go viral. This, of course, translates into profits for you.
Nowadays, if you are not advertising on Facebook, you are missing out on a good chunk of what can be your biggest audience. So, using common sense, we can assume that the more the number of likes you have, more your client pool and more your profits. But, should you avail of this facility?
The most obvious thing is, you are going to spend a considerable amount of money on this program. So, it is imperative that you do enough research and probably a background check on the company. See if you can find any happy clients who will talk about them.
Lots of providers insist that they are the only ones that give you genuine likes instead of computer generated ones. These obviously make more sense if you want your fans to be actually buying your product. So, ask the provider which pages have they worked on and see if a good part of the fans are real. If they are, yours will be too.
As soon as you jump start the popularity of your product by buying likes, you can start having direct communication with your potential clients and customers. They will tell you more than you know about your product, if you are ready to listen. You can keep fans updated with news about your product and so can they with changes they want to be made. This is what is called a win-win situation.
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