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We've all heard the old saying about how money can't buy friendship, but now we know that money can buy friends--guaranteed friends. Cheap friends. Friends that will like me because I paid for them to like me.
A mere $654.30 will buy you 5000 Facebook friends. Or for just $1167.30 you can get a whopping 10,000 friends. This is according to an article from Business Insider. I'd been seeing these "buy fans" ads on all of our blogs. I know you've seen them too. How could you not? I became curious about this rather odd phenomenon and decided to search Google to see what this was all about. There it was--several stories about the nutty concept and actual sites dedicated to selling "friends".
Here I've been going to all this effort of networking and commenting on blogs. I've been wasting my time I guess. I could have just shelled out the bucks and built a huge blog following in no time. And they would have been cheap, guaranteed friends.
I wonder if they would have been guaranteed to read my blog posts and leave comments. And I don't mean cheap comments. Maybe I'd have to pay extra for that.
Have you ever wondered about these ads? Do you know anything about why people would do this? Do you know anybody who has done it? Do you have any cheap friends?