Facebook Friend Requests

Increase the reach of your private posts by buying friends for your profile.

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Improve the appearance of your profile by buying friends from targeted countries.

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Best Quality

Quality comes first with us. From us you only receive high quality social media services for your Profile.

Quick Start

After you have placed an order successfully, the requests will be started within the next 24 hours.

Mediation

The Facebook friend requests will be delivered in an organic structure on your Facebook profile.

Money Back

If an order was faulty or doesn't arrive at your profile, you will of course receive your full money back.

How it works

Select Service

First of all select the desired social media platform you need. Then choose the approciate service from the listed offers and go ahead.

Fill in URL

Copy the appropriate URL (link) from the social media platform and enter it in the order form. If you are unsure whether the URL is correct, do not hesitate to contact our customer support.

Place order

Once you have inserted the correct URL, select the quantity and speed of the service. Please note that your profile must be set to "Public".

Monitor growth

After you have placed your order, it will be prepared and started as soon as possible. From this moment on you can sit back and watch the growth.

The road to success

Use the power of social networks to increase the awareness and reputation of your company in a targeted and strategically sustainable way, in order to achieve a high perception in the target group relevant to your company. With Social Media Marketing you have a powerful tool in your hand to position your company in the target group relevant to you in such a way that the acquisition of new customers can reach new dimensions. Because with hardly any comparable advertising and marketing strategy you can win new customers so purposefully.

Successful freelancers recommend buying Facebook friends

"Buying Facebook friends? Who needs to do that?", you may be wondering. So let us explain up-front that our social media marketing agency's service of buying Facebook friends is aimed at people who use a Facebook profile (not a fan page) for their Facebook marketing. These are mainly freelancers or artists who are not yet famous enough to build a page or who simply do not have enough time for it. Freelancers often find it difficult to distinguish between what is private and what is professional, and they also have overlaps between their personal friends and their professional contacts. In such cases it makes sense to market on Facebook with a profile and buy Facebook friends if necessary. For purely private Facebook profiles, on the other hand, this strategy would be completely wrong, as it would achieve nothing except that your statistics would show more friends.

"But why pay for something you can have for free?", you may object. After all, friendship invitations are free on Facebook. That is true. But just how many friends have you been able to win for your profile and your Facebook marketing strategy by doing that? And how long did it take you to collect the first hundred or thousand? And have you ever tried to send several friend requests at the same time? If so, you may also have experienced what many of our customers have had to endure: the Facebook algorithm treated them as spammers and either restricted their functions on Facebook or forced the whole account to take a break. And nothing is more damaging for your Facebook marketing than being excluded from the platform indefinitely.

How Facebook stops private profiles from growing too fast

As long as your marketing on Facebook involves sending friendship invitations to people that you really know, there is no problem, because they will generally accept your invitation and confirm that you are a friend. But you ideally want to reach many more people than this via Facebook. After all, you can have up to 5,000 friends on a private profile. But if you start to send invitations to people who you do not know personally, you run the risk that they will reject your invitation. At that point Facebook will ask why, because it wants to know if there really is a personal friendship or if the person regards your invitation as spam. If several users respond with the answer, "I do not know this person", or mark your invitation as spam, the consequences we have mentioned above will apply.

It is better for you to buy Facebook friends, and not directly but rather through us as a social media marketing agency. You will not have to send any more invitations: just tell us how many Facebook friends you want to buy and we will activate them from our pool of registered Facebook users. The prerequisite for this is that you set your profile to "public", but you should do that anyway if you want to use it for Facebook marketing. Please also make sure that you choose the right size of package for your Facebook marketing. If you only have a few followers so far, it is best to build up their growth in the same way as occurs organically by buying smaller quantities several times, and preferably when you have just contributed a particularly significant post. If you have already passed the 1,000 mark, you can of course also buy larger quantities of Facebook friends.

Eloquent silence – why Facebook friends often remain inactive

Having lots of Facebook friends does not mean that you will get lots of interactions. Even on accounts that are close to reaching the 5,000 mark, there is often not much going on or it is always the same Facebook friends who comment and interact. Buying Facebook friends will not change any of that. If you want to motivate your friends to participate more actively, you will need to review your current strategy and experiment with new measures. Why did the silent majority accept your friendship request but then collapse in a heap and never comment on or like anything?

There are as many reasons for this as there are users on Facebook. But there are also a few errors in Facebook marketing strategy that can be avoided. For example, it could be that you:

  • are posting too much, and that your friends have set your profile to "Snooze", i.e. they have not terminated your friendship, but are no longer having your posts displayed,
  • are posting on topics that your friends are generally not interested in,
  • often repost other people's posts, which active Facebook users already know by heart, or
  • are posting at the wrong time of day.

These and many other factors will influence the success of your Facebook marketing. But even if you do everything right, you will not see all of your 4,000 friends speaking out. This is ultimately an advantage, because such a level of participation would quickly make you feel overwhelmed as an individual marketing on Facebook.

Allowing opinions and moderating them

Marketing on Facebook is not about getting all of your friends to participate, but about getting the right ones to do it. An important tool can be to simply allow discussions to take place and not to interfere immediately if they develop differently than what you would have liked. But sometimes you have to do the opposite, and moderate more firmly. Because there are reliably predictable characters in every group: the clown who ridicules everything, the genius who constantly corrects everyone, the nice one who gives everything likes and hearts, the grumpy one who finds everything somehow stupid and irrelevant, the (please excuse our language) prattler who comments on the topic with endless posts, and so on. The same probably goes for your Facebook friends. And then there are the silent, introverted ones who shy away from participating in such discussions.

Anyone who has children knows that the same people are always elected as parent representatives. It is not because they push themselves forward, but because the others hold back. You need both groups if you want to market on Facebook: engaged friends who eventually accept being elected, and also the more reserved ones. So moderate discussions by pointing out when someone strays too far off the topic, ask people to be polite, ask questions, and occasionally bring in new participants when you notice people who do not take the initiative themselves.

Even if your new Facebook marketing strategy causes some friends to jump ship because their usual behaviour is no longer tolerated, this is better in the long run than letting things slip and leaving everything to chance. And you can always make up for fluctuations in the number of your followers by buying Facebook friends.