How to Buy Facebook Likes


The Definitive Guide to Buying Facebook Likes

So you want to buy facebook likes but unsure where to start?

Here’s five quick tips for those searching!

  1. Make sure the likes are real – A lot of unsavoury characters will use software programs to give you likes that have no value whatsoever.
  2. Make sure the likes come from Australia – A lot of facebook like sellers will give you likes from countries like India and Pakistan. They provide no value and can actually hurt your facebook page.
  3. Never give over your login details – A proper facebook seller should never require your login details. NEVER!
  4. Make sure they provide proper support – There’s nothing worse than handing over your money then getting no communication from the seller. Why not send an email through first and confirm theres someone on the other end?
  5. Do they provide secure payment methods? – Do you really want to give over your credit card details to someone in a foreign country – NO! Use a seller that utilises a payment method like PayPal to ensure your credit card safety.

People want to go online and check out their friends, so why not build a website that offers that? Friends, pictures, profiles, whatever you can visit, browse around, maybe it’s someone you just met at a party. Eduardo, I’m not talking about a dating site, I’m talking about taking the entire social experience of college and putting it online. -Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook Likes and Social Proof

Facebook Likes and Social Proof

McDonalds Social Proof

Wikipedia defines social proof as:

Social proof, also known as informational social influence, is a psychological phenomenon where people assume the actions of others in an attempt to reflect correct behavior for a given situation. This effect is prominent in ambiguous social situations where people are unable to determine the appropriate mode of behavior, and is driven by the assumption that surrounding people possess more knowledge about the situation.

Ok, enough gooble-de-gook. What does that mean in common sense language? It means that we rely on others to decide what the appropriate actions or behaviour we should do in a certain social situation.

Example time:  You are walking down the street with friends looking for somewhere to eat. There are two restaurants. One is packed full of people, the atmosphere is bustling and restaurant is busy. Across the street, you have the other restaurant, it’s empty apart from one or two staff members and you could hear a pin drop. Which restaurant do you choose? The first one.  That is social proof. You relied on what others before you decided to guide your actions.

More Resources:

Here’s some great articles about social proof that you can read more on.

Wikipedia on Social Proof:

Daily Mercury Article:

Media Studies Canada:



At Facebook, we build tools to help people connect with the people they want and share what they want, and by doing this we are extending people’s capacity to build and maintain relationships. – Mark Zuckerberg