Australian PC Parts Company Facebook Page Gets The Win Over Competitor

posted Jul 8, 2013, 8:14 AM by Jerry Banfield   [ updated Jul 8, 2013, 8:17 AM ]


In the world of social media, competition is fierce as competitors have easy access to concrete statistics about others doing business in the same areas as them.  For two computer stores selling parts online, a race to get more Facebook likes quickly turned in a war.  The side that was losing was smart enough to find us and ask us what they could do to keep up.  The problem was that the other page seemed to ad more fans overnight in the thousands.  To our client's relief, we easily established they were cheating by purchasing fake likes from websites using automation and fake profiles to artificially boost their likes.

Our client knew that purchasing fake likes was bad and found us in hopes of getting real fans with Facebook ads since he wanted to build with quality.  After ordering several campaigns from us, his Facebook page now has a trustworthy reputation online.  His business continues to grow as more people find his website and confirm their decision to buy after visiting his Facebook page.  Meanwhile, his competitor has low engagement, loses the fake fans consistently, and has a Facebook page that acts as a liability for people looking to establish trust in their business.