Facebook has undergone a rapid, profit driven evolution that has seen a vast slice of the online world creating profiles. They’ve even have stepped into the international ring in an attempt to become a ISP in India, promising free Internet service (providing a Facebook-tilted view of the Internet, of course). While many of their decisions and core design is questionable at best it’s undeniably a power house in the social media world. This makes it a power broker for marketing of all sorts which is why you’re probably right now looking to buy Facebook fans for your Facebook profile. Possessing a Facebook profile as a media personality, artist, author or whatever you might be is practically a staple expectation. Stumbling on a media personality without a Facebook fan page is like finding the Last Unicorn! Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are a given for most anybody these days if they’re in the business of sharing content or engaging with a fan base.
There was a time when having a high number of followers on Facebook was a sign of popularity. It was a sign that you’vemade it as a digital user. It didn’t take us long to realize that we’re all voyeurs of one sort or another and we’re more than happy to exchange our privacy for a peek into the digital window of someone’s profile photos. We’re all interested in each other lives on a surface level and we’re even more fascinated by the lives of social icons. We have this half-hearted expectation that their lives must be on display even on a digital space but if there is one place where a celebrity can control how their life is viewed it’s going to be through their social media profile. Thus, Facebook created the fan page for us to follow rather than their actual profile.