This is not an easy question to answer, as the amount of likes you need for your Facebook page to be successful is different for everyone, depending on the competition, the type of page, and the type of likes you get.
For example, a band page where the artist wants to look like they are already really popular to fans and record companies might want to have thousands of likes, or even tens of thousands of likes, to appear like they have a large following.
The benefit of having the likes depends a bit on what sort of likes they are, and where they came from.
Buying random Facebook likes is a good way to boost the numbers for a low price, and there are a few different ways to do this.
There are some dealers who sell fake likes for a really cheap price, and these will not give you any traffic to your posts, and there will be no interaction or engagement of any kind, as nobody is going to be watching their home page news feed at all.
The other thing about fake likes is that Facebook has changed the way they register them, and if it’s a profile with no photo, no friends, or that hasn’t updated their profile with any posts, then they may just make those likes disappear.
Some of those fake likes do stick, and are good for boosting numbers, but then quite a lot of the time, the profiles just aren’t real looking enough for the likes to stick, and they just fall off straight away.
Basically you have to be careful, and find a reliable dealer by testing them out, or you can take a look at the rating on a Fiverr gig to see if they have had satisfied customers.
The problem with that is that a lot of people will give a positive rating on a Fiverr gig, regardless of whether it worked or not, because they can’t see a week into the future when they leave the review.
You can contact me to talk about getting you likes, followers, or pretty much anything else. My email is in the sidebar, and I can get you most of the things you need for your site at a good price.
The Best Way Of Buying Facebook Likes
I personally use social swapping sites where people earn points by liking pages, following people on Twitter, watching You Tube videos etc, and those points are good for the same thing in return.
It’s a bit like Twiends, although that site doesn’t do the likes anymore, only Twitter, and they have moved into Instagram followers as well.
There are various ones around, and you can buy points on these sites, but you will get a better price by hiring someone to click the buttons for you to earn the points, rather than just buying the points, or spending hours clicking the buttons yourself.
It is rather tedious work, although if you look hard enough, you can find people in India who will work for five US dollars an hour or so. Not many, but they are out there.
Instead of going to all the trouble of trying to find someone to outsource the work to, you might also decide to go through someone who has already done that work of hiring cheap button clicking labor, and who sells the likes for a small profit on top of that.
If you look carefully, you should be able to see what I mean, and how to find that information.
As I said before, getting these cheap likes can help with SEO for your Facebook page, which means you rank well on Google, and in a Facebook search.
It can make a big difference to potential customers how many likes you have, which is the social proof benefit, and when you get likes in this way, they are mostly from real accounts, and people will see your posts in their news feeds, and sometimes click on the links, or comment on it.
To get back to the main question of how many Facebook likes you need, more is probably better, and you should probably have at least 1,000, no matter what sort of business you’re running, as people feel more confident that they’re dealing with an established, popular company when they see that, and if you have less than 100, they probably just think that you’re kidding around, that’s the truth.
As I said before, I specialise in getting people likes for their page, Twitter followers, Google Plus followers, and a lot more, so send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.