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What are your thoughts on social boosting?

Discussion in 'Social Media, SEO/SEM & Online Marketing' started by leechallenger, May 29, 2012.

  1. leechallenger

    leechallenger

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    i was browsing on a football forum today and noticed that 1 of the members are selling facebook likes , google + and twiter followers for you website . whats your thoughts on this ? is it legal?, will it do more harm then good ?
  2. deboy

    deboy

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    Cant think of a reason why it wouldnt be legal, and it can only be a good thing if it gets ur page viewed more and you get more subscribers etc etc.
  3. Lace

    Lace Retired Moderator

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    IMO, it's the same thing as getting lots of traffic to your site but none of them are your target audience so conversion/engagement will be very low. I'd suggest growing one's fan base naturally by offering value and cross-promoting your socials on your own site, newsletter, blog, etc.

    Running targeted Facebook ads are also a good alternative :)
    liamhawes likes this.
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