That’s according to the QMI agency.
But Ron Rule, a vice president of e-commerce at Florida-based Infusion Brands which advises companies on web-marketing, has strong doubts.
In the same story, “I have a hard time believing the 1 billion figure,” he’s quoted as saying, adding:
“There are millions of fake accounts that appear to be active users because they’re regularly used to ‘like’ a variety of pages that paid them to do so.
“If I wanted 1,000 or 10,000 or 100,000 Facebook likes to a page, I could pay someone and have them in a week, but they aren’t real people.”
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