NOTE: Comments at the bottom of this page contain experiences from other users.
I used boostlikes.com ‘s services several years ago and was not happy with the results. I don’t have any other recommendations for companies because I find it best to leave Facebook promotion to myself or my team.
I like to keep a close eye on how people find my Facebook page. This is the best way to ensure “likes” are from people interested in the content/website/project of a page.
Also, people get too wrapped up in the number of the Facebook “likes” that they have. While having thousands of people “like” a page feels good, it is more about ego and less about best business decisions.
Social proof is when people make decisions based off of the actions of others. When individuals are unsure about what to do in a situation they often turn to other people’s b to determine their own.
In our case, the action is “like’ing” a page. Some individuals use the number of “likes” a page has to determine if they will like it as well… After all, thousands of other Facebook users can’t be wrong.
Within the past year, Facebook has changed the way people get updates in their feeds. Only a percentage of Facebook fans of a page see individual posts. This includes both the person that just “liked” a page because someone asked them to and the fan who is almost ready to buy or support your project.
Those that “like” a page who are not an ideal customer or fan is now taking away views from others. You want to be in the feeds of someone who will take action; such as buying, sharing, etc.
With these Facebook changes, it is less important about the number of likes a page gets. Having 50 high quality “likes” is more beneficial that 5,000 none quality “likes”.
Also, most Facebook users care more about a page’s content than the page’s number of likes.
Spend fewer resources on increasing your Facebook likes.
I am focusing on making sure my pages have amazing content that people want to share across all social media. I recommend you do the same.