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5 Main Benefits of Buying Facebook and Instagram Likes

If you are new to the idea of buying Facebook and Instagram likes it may seem a little nerve-wracking, but by choosing a top quality provider you have nothing to fear

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There are plenty of opportunities to buy likes for your social media platforms, pages and channels, and so long as you choose a great supplier there are lots of plus points that make it worth it. Looking or more information to see if this is for you? Keep reading as we run through the main benefits of buying likes on two sites –Facebook and Instagram.

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The main benefits of buying Facebook likes

  1. It gets you attention
    Decent numbers of likes creates a buzz and gives you a better chance of appearing in search engine results, and on random people’s pages. Of course you need to have something really good on offer to maintain interest when people take a look at your page, but at least you know your efforts to show off what you have written will be rewarded.
  2. It’s a simple way to build or boost your brand
    This is important because when viewers see a page, especially one related to a business, has a lot of likes it creates an image of credibility and trust. That’s something you need if people are going to buy a product or service from you, or even just to encourage them to like and follow – and perhaps be active on your page at some point. People are also much more likely to share your page or invite friends to like it if they believe it is trustworthy.

    3. You get results fast
    It can be disheartening to devote hours of effort to promoting your Facebook page only to find that likes are added really slowly. There is only so much you can do through your own efforts, so buying likes is a good way to get things moving and reach a big potential genuine pool of Facebook users.

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    The main benefits of buying Instagram likes

  3. Greater exposure – fast
    Likes can usually be delivered quickly, in some cases within hours of ordering, which boosts your content immediately as other people are naturally drawn to things others consider likeable.

    2. An affordable way to boost your content
    Good and trustworthy providers of Instagram paid likes offer several different packages, and all are pretty good value, so you don’t need to break your budget.

    3. It’s a safe way to boost your site
    Again, presuming you choose a respected provider, as the likes you get will be decent quality (made by real people with real accounts, not bots.) Check a provider out by looking at things like how long they have been in business, their reputation and reviews across the web.

    4. Buying likes saves you time
    Freeing up a lot of time normally spent promoting your Instagram page can be spent instead on building connections, adding fantastic content and all the other tasks which take time.

Also Read: Facebook To Invest Over $300 mn to Support Local News

If you are new to the idea of buying Facebook and Instagram likes it may seem a little nerve-wracking, but by choosing a top quality provider you have nothing to fear, and a lot of good things to gain. Check out Social Media Daily to learn more.

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India: CSC Partners with Facebook to Provide Digital Skill Training to Women Village Level Entrepreneurs

India has made dramatic strides in expanding access to affordable mobile broadband in the last few years

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In the first year of this project, Facebook, in collaboration with CSC Academy, plans to provide tools and digital skills training to more than 250,000 people across over 3,000 villages in 10 states in India. Pixabay

Common Services Centre (CSC), which serves as access point for the delivery of various electronic services to villages in India, on Tuesday announced a partnership with social media giant Facebook to provide digital skill training to women village level entrepreneurs.

In the first year of this project, Facebook, in collaboration with CSC Academy, plans to provide tools and digital skills training to more than 250,000 people across over 3,000 villages in 10 states in India.

“India has made dramatic strides in expanding access to affordable mobile broadband in the last few years. We are excited to partner with CSC Academy to create a programme that will build on this success as well as the outstanding community networks that CSC has built over the years,” Ajit Mohan, Managing Director, Facebook India, said while speaking at the CSC Diwas celebration here.

As part of the project CSC will identify and nominate 5,000 women village level entrepreneurs across 10 states – Jammu and Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Telangana, Bihar, Kerala, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.

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Common Services Centre (CSC), which serves as access point for the delivery of various electronic services to villages in India. Pixabay

These women entrepreneurs will be given training sessions on leveraging various Facebook tools to not just build and grow their business but also on how to train people on the ground.

These entrepreneurs will further help build awareness to ensure that the community is able to learn from each other.

CSC along with Facebook will co-create a curriculum (online and offline) around digital marketing skills and online safety in over 14 regional languages.

“CSC has unleashed entrepreneurs across villages in India, many of them women. With the #DigitalBeti programme, our objective is to arm these village level entrepreneurs with similar digital tool kits that large corporations have access to, and unleash their full potential and their ability to create economic opportunities for themselves and their communities,” Mohan said.

Also Read- Facebook Preparing Launch of Serious Competitor to Short Video-Sharing App TikTok

From just 13,000 women village level entrepreneurs in 2014, today more than 73,000 women entrepreneurs are working across 3.66 lakh CSC centres, IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said. (IANS)