Facebook creating “Fake Likes” is definitely a violation of facebook users. I’m glad that my FB business page is not that big and I can run away from this easily. But what about those who have 17,000 likes on their FB page? If you watch the video you’ll understand what I’m saying.
Today, I have tried reposting this article from Mark Traphagen on my FB business page and they disconnected me immediately and said that “your computer might have a virus.” Disconnected me right away from posting this:
Switch from Facebook to Google+: Here’s Why and How
Today, we’re very excited to announce a project that we’ve been working on with the writers of +Google Plus Daily, as well as some big +Google+ personalities who will be posting over the next 28 days.
We’re launching Make the Switch, a campaign to inform users of how Facebook has been treating them badly and to show them how Google+ makes for a much better experience.
We created Make the Switch to highlight the benefits of Google+ as well as educating users about Facebook’s bad poor practices. The website displays 5 simple steps on how users can make the switch to Google+, & to inform others why & how they’ve done so.
We Need Your Help
We’re asking G+ users everywhere to check out and share www.maketheswitch.me, and to use the hashtag #maketheswitch to talk about reasons to exchange Facebook for Google+. Make sure to invite your friends and family on whatever network they’re currently on – we’ve even included Facebook profile pictures and banner images. You can also join the Make the Switch Community (http://goo.gl/BGATX) to help new G+ users.
Why do we want people to Make the Switch. Because Google+ is a better experience for interacting with friends and family. It’s a place where we can trust our digital identities, and it’s a way to meet all sorts of exciting new people. We’ll share many more reasons over the next 28 days, keep following #maketheswitch to see it all.
Are you ready to help users Make the Switch?
I am not a politician and I don’t like reading about it. But this is definitely a violation of facebook users’ rights. Invading our privacy. Spreading something about what we have LIKED when in the first place you have NEVER liked it. So from now on, Facebook will only be used for my family and friends. That’s about it. No more for my business. I’m going Google+ all the way.