Some years ago, when the Internet services still were not as careful, there are many ways to distort your popularity on the Internet, especially when it came to business sites or blogs, sales and promotion. He was very popular called “autosurf”, which is to open a browser you are visiting sites, one after another, for a certain amount of time, while you only have to keep the computer on.
This caused the number of visits to such places as the foam rise … until practice was identified and began penalties. Although it is considered as something espamoso by practically everyone, yet I’ve seen ads autosurfing out there showing that refuses to die. However, it is not the only way.
Since social networks began to be considered for the results, there are new ways to get your content has many “visitors”, even if they are purchased. In place of the so-called “micro jobs” (which highlights Fiverr), people of low income countries, especially India and other Asian countries that sell “Likes” on Facebook and “Plus” in Google. For 5 dolarotes can have a certain amount of “Likes” on your site without having to do much about it for the content. Seems like a good idea, but the reality is that eventually the same thing will happen to autosurfing.
Search engines and social networks themselves are becoming more efficient to find this type of false popularity online is the perfect representation of the house of cards: by blowing it all comes down. You can rationalize that you’re not doing anything wrong, but in the end you are paying for a “Like” you would not have otherwise obtained. If this is an important part of your traffic strategy, I suggest you think best. Having good content and something worth sharing is easier and cheaper than trying to beat what everyone is trying to do … and fall with them when penalized. While you have a worthwhile content and your site of a service that serves, your audience will be increased seriously and a “Like” of these visitors is much more valuable than the 50 you bought for $ 5.