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Will buying likes of fake people cause any harm?
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1st State BIKES
The purpose of this blog is to address advocacy issues as they pertain to bicyclists who ride for transportation today; to be a voice for those who use our pathways, streets, roads, and highways to commute, run errands, and/or simply transport themselves from point A to point B.
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Cross-posted from Jon Loomer
Last week, I received the following question from a reader about buying Facebook Likes:

What about buying likes outright? We’re thinking about buying 500 or so likes through a service like “buyilikes.” We would do it because we want to portray ourselves as an established company providing high end services, and ~40 likes shoots us in the foot. Will buying likes of fake people cause any harm?
It’s a question I get often. The short answer: No way. Don’t do it. Don’t buy Likes. Anything that doesn’t bring in an authentic “fan” won’t help you.
Today, let’s cover…
  • Why Brands Buy Facebook Likes;
  • Why You Shouldn’t Buy Facebook Likes; and
  • Alternatives to Buying Facebook Likes
By the end of this post, I hope to not only convince you that it’s a terrible idea to buy Facebook Likes, but to help educate you on productive, easy and cost effective ways of increasing your Likes while maintaining your dignity.  [Full article ...]
Poster's note: Delaware Bikes' popularity on Facebook is 100% the result of folks who genuinely find us - whether at tabling events or on-line - and choose to like us.
Delaware Bikes had a very productive tabling experience at the 2014 Delaware Bike/Walk Summit, where we unveiled the "Newark to Wilmington Bikeway" proposal.

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