- Launched a website
- Created social media pages
- Regularly posting content on them
- No website traffic?
- No likes, comments, followers or subscribers?
What should I do next?
- Get fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers?
Because, it will damage your brand more than helping it!
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Why should never use services which provide fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers?
- Your website or social media account can get hacked, blocked or deleted
There are more than 4.5 billion people using the internet now, and out of them about 3.5 billion people use social media in some way or the other. Every business aims to connect with these audiences and in the process builds their web presence. But, building an authentic social presence needs original, quality content and a lot of patience. In course a lot of digital marketing agencies engage in obtaining fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers for their clients. In order to get these fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers you have to use malicious sites’ plugins / install their script on your website / give access of your social media handles to them. This may result in getting your website or social media account hacked, blocked or deleted.
- Waste your advertising money
Most of programmatic advertising platforms like Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter use an inbuilt algorithm (software program) to target new audiences based on your existing users/followers. If you use fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers to increase your web audiences the inbuilt algorithm (software program) will also end up targeting similar online users for you. This will be a complete waste of your costly online advertising budget.
- Recommendation / Suggestion will fail
Online social media websites use an inbuilt algorithm (software program) to recommend your brand/product page to other users similar to the type of users following your page. If you involve in getting these fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers then the recommendation / suggestion engine will end up attracting wrong web audiences to your page/product.
- If it’s fake, its fake
Genuine online users can make out whether a page has fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers because their profile names, profile pictures and comments all that just don’t add up to create a meaningful picture.
- Brands/Companies/Agencies will not associate with you
If you’re an a social media influencer and have utilized services to gain fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers then brands, companies or agencies will find that out during their audit and might not sign you thinking they will not gain any real value out of this partnership.
- It will hurt you more than anyone else
A website/social media page with a limited but real audience is much better than a website or social media page with fake (bot) likes, comments, followers or subscribers. As only a few sections of your website or a post on your social media page will see extraordinary likes, comments, followers or subscribers while another section/post will hardly have any type of interaction. This will make your site/social page look specious.