Crowdtopic.com merges with facebook-likes.net
The biggest social media site allows you to buy fans who may see your adverts while a discussion forum has threads about Facebook.
- (1888PressRelease) February 19, 2012 - There has been a merger between 2 completely different internet services. Crowdtopic.com Forum for everyone. It is a fairly new forum which is working hard to get members.
Like many a forum Crowdtopic.com depends on membership and active participants contributing to the topics and threads. And there are a lot to choose from ranging from News and politics through Religion and the Supernatural, movies and TV as well as a nostalgia theme.
The forum itself is well organized and is asking for members to join promising them a 30sec registration process. The main sections are
- Society and culture which has a general, a political, a religious and a Supernatural section. All sections are current and have had all had post within the last few days.
- Entertainment and Media which includes News, the Internet, TV, music and movies as well as the nostalgia, a members only section and section on Comics. Most of the topics are current with posts as late as today
- Lifestyle which includes Home & Health DIY and Parenting and some general topics including Travel and Dating
- And so on...
- The Great outdoors
And then at the bottom is forum statistics showing that there have been over 11,500 threads with over 100,000 posts.
Like all forums it depends on its members to make the best use of it and it is a pleasant and nonthreatening place to come and socialize.
Well they have merged with and altogether different profit driven commercial venture called facebook-likes.net. The reason behind Facebook likes is that if one is trying to use Facebook to promote a commercial activity you need to be seen. The way Facebook rates your service is by how many 'Likes' you have, in other words how many people will see you advertisements and read about the products you sell or the services you offer.
The webbots on the normal search engines rank your site depending on keywords like to use many criteria such as activity, new content but one of the biggest drivers for a page ranking is the number of links.
Well Facebook likes are a similar thing. Facebook rates the "popularity" of your site by the number of customers who like you. www.facebook-likes is able to deliver you a certified number of "Likes" depending on your agreement with them.
And once you have a fan these fans will see every status update, every photograph you add, every promotion you run. This means that if you by 5,000 fans and you are running a web business that sells widgets which are in demand then you can do a daily upload of new photographs, new information on these widgets, the latest styles of widget and special promotions. All that costs is your time.
Everyone of those 5,000 fans you now have, prequalified as being interested in widgets, will see your update every day. There can be no doubt that this is one of the most cost effective ways of advertising available.
www.crowdtopic.com & www.facebook-likes.net