Buying Friends Cool or Nah?
Since Facebook launched 10 years ago and other social media platforms emerged like Twitter and Instagram, the demand for friends and followers has gone up. Celebrities, businesses and even the U.S. State Department have purchased bogus Facebook likes via “click farms” who employee people to like and follow social media accounts. Want to know how your friend has 20K friends? Read more to go inside the click farm industry. — Dominique Zonyéé (@DominiqueZonyee)
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