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For $75, This Guy Will Sell You 1,000 Facebook ‘Likes’
Steve Henn and Zoe Chace
NPR, May 16, 2012

Category: IPOs, Video, Web/Tech

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6 Responses to “1,000 Facebook ‘Likes’ Cost $75”

  1. ex1 says:

    haha, 75 for 1000 is crazy overpaying

  2. cewing says:

    It’s surprising to me that companies are using Facebook “likes” as a factor in determining how much to charge and pay for advertising, since it’s so easy to rig that statistic, even if you don’t use a mill like the one in this report.

  3. slimsam says:

    How about 800 Facebook likes on Fiverr for $5?!?

  4. Assuming anyone would pay that. Think about what 1000 likes gets you. 0 – 1 clicks per post, 10-100 “views” at best. Twitter promotions offer more value. Heck, yahoo ads and aol offer more.

  5. Jojo says:

    Likes on FB have about as much validity as FB’s user count of 900 + million…

  6. nyet says: