• Sandro Galindo

    There really needs to be a “disavow” tool. If a small business new to fb advertising or trying to buy legitimate likes messes up and ends up with many fake followers, their only way out is to create a brand new page and start all over again?

    Heck, FB I’m sure could charge people for a legit disavow tool. . .

  • http://www.keshkesh.com/ Takeshi Young

    Yeah, Muller’s methodology is flawed. A page about a general subject like cats is going to attract a lot of fake likes. Same for his first example, where he targeted users specifically in countries such as India & Egypt. If you target your ads carefully (mothers within a 50 mile radius of San Francisco) you aren’t going to see a lot of spam.