If you are a businessman that is trying to market your business on the popular social networking site of Facebook, the first thing that you will need to create is a community.
If you do not have that, you do not really have anyone listening to you; and if there’s no one to listen to you, you cannot build brand awareness and deliver your desired Return on Investment. The best way you can have one fast is to buy Facebook fans.
You require a community that likes your stuff and shares your content with other interested people; and this can be made possible by buying FB likes. This works on the archaic saying “like begets like”. It can be explained in the sense that once people see so many likes on a page, they regard it to be something worthy; hence, liking the page themselves. This ultimately leads to a greater number of likes and a bigger community of your business.
After checking Boostlikes.com’s services, it’s refreshing to say this is one of the few companies that we might recommend you use for your Facebook marketing efforts. Reasonable prices, high quality human fans, excellent support, and guaranteed likes for life had us sold.
A couple of weeks ago when TechCrunch was in Berlin, we sniffed out and eventually published the details of an interesting investment for a local startup: 6Wunderkinder, maker of the task-management app Wunderlist, had closed a Series B investment led by California’s Sequoia Capital with participation from existing investors Earlybird and Atomico. Now, we have the official details of that news: it’s a $19 million round, and Wunderlist, which now has 6 million people and 50,000 businesses making to-do lists, will be using it to fuel big ambitions: to build out its presence in the U.S. and to turbo-charge Wunderlist — or, as co-founder and CEO Christian Reber told me earlier, “To turn our product into a platform.”
This takes the total invested in the startup to $30 million.
A selection of Europe’s leading tech entrepreneurs have published an open call to Europe’s national leaders ahead of the EU summit on the digital economy to be held in Brussels on 24-25 October. In the open letter, the nine members of the Startup Leaders Club call on EU leaders to take the once-in-a-generation opportunity to support the jobs of tomorrow in a manifesto of specific actions, which they created after meeting with EU vice president and digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes.
The entrepreneurs will present the manifesto for entrepreneurship and innovation to European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and national leaders on 23 October. The signatories of the open letter and members of the Startup Leaders Club are Daniel Ek and Martin Lorentzon (Spotify), Kaj Hed (Rovio), Lars Hinrichs (HackFwd), Reshma Sohoni (Seedcamp), Joanna Shields (tech city), Zaryn Dentzel (Tuenti), Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten (The Next Web) and Niklas Zennström (Atomico).