Many businesses today are scrambling to build a Facebook page for their website, business or service. After all, it’s free advertising and making use of the world’s most popular social media network is a must if you want to promote your services online for free. However, simply setting up your Facebook page and then sitting back and waiting for the likes to come rolling in is not going to get you or your business website moving forward with any purpose.
You could advertise on Twitter and you could keep on updating your status to beg for more likes from your friends but this may only herald one or two extra a week. What your Facebook page needs is to purchase likes, which in turn will grow your business’ Facebook fan page to garner even more likes in the future.
So, how does that work you may be asking yourself? It is a fact of human nature that when a crowd gathers at a point in the town centre, it attracts more people. You see, people do not want to join a club if there are only one or two people currently in a membership. If a Facebook fan page has just a handful of likes, it’s unlikely this will grow any more. If you were to buy Facebook fans, let’s say 250 for example, you would see your Facebook fans grow from five to 255 instantly.
But it does not stop there. Now suddenly you have 255 Facebook likes, people will instantly think there is something more attractive about this page, something more appealing. Often people cannot put their finger on it but it simply installs confidence and builds momentum. Once you have decided to purchase likes, you will notice a steady stream of new likes begin to stream in on the strength of the new “likes” total count your Facebook fan page has just garnered.
People automatically feel comfortable in a crowd. It’s a cruel fact of life that if you go into your college or high school and you see a student sitting all alone with nobody around them; you are instinctively compelled to avoid them. Only those with a confident sense of compassion may approach them. These people are rare diamonds but there is not enough of them.
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