Facebook offers an easy method for keeping in touch with friends and family whom are both close at home and far away. The ability to communicate with those that we care for in real time has completely done away with our dependency upon the likes of writing letters and to some degree, even the telephone is a victim of rapid advances in digital communication. Still, Facebook and it’s ilk offer a whole new enterprise for those who are seeking to earn an income on the web. It’s this same communication which inspires some to buy real Facebook likes in order to bring attention to themselves. We’re able to share with the world on a scale that has never been possible and even the most armature of marketers are capable of creating enough noise to draw some attention to themselves. I’ve seen hundreds of new authors that I’ve never even heard of clamoring for the attention of book lovers by crowding around community pages where they share snippets of their books.
This form of self-advertising brings us back to buying automated likes, fans and even shares. In the beginning a sign of true popularity and Facebook prowess rest in the number of friends one possessed but as we’ve now become a digital society that appears to be free with accepting and sending friend requests, it is now the number of like and shares that our content is able to drive. It’s the most simple and yet wonderfully perfect symbol to denote how much our content is appreciated by the masses. Setting our posts to be completely public sends it out into the wild digitalscape of Facebook where anyone might stumble upon it. This is of course assuming that a reasonable number of individuals are utilizing Facebook as a search engine which is something that has not completely won its way into the American rank and file of Internet users.