The first slider is "Number of Likes & Shares". This is how many likes you'd like to get on each of your posts. For example, if you want
each of your posts to get around 50 likes when you post, you'd choose "30-50" or "50-100", depending on your goals and your budget.
The second slider is "Max Number of Posts Per Day". This is how many times you anticipate posting each day. If you post 3 times a day, and you select "1 post per day", we will only promote 1 post per day. This means the other 2 posts you publish that day would be skipped. If you post on average of 1-2 times per day, we recommend choosing "2 per day" so that if you happen to post twice in a day, both posts will be promoted. You can upgrade or downgrade at any time, if you end up needing more posts per day.
Any public facing Facebook fan page. Unfortunately, we are not able to promote personal profiles, as Facebook does not make your posts available to the public on a wall in the same way that Facebook pages do. If you have a Facebook page, it needs to be made public. This means age, country, and privacy restrictions disabled. For pages that are required to have age restrictions (adult, alcohol, etc), we are most likely not able to work with your page, as enabling these restrictions makes your page private, and our system will be unable to crawl your page in real time.
Yes, we consider our service safe, legal, and powerful.
Facebook has a firm stance on services that promote pages, and generally prohibits services that sell Facebook fans. While our service doesn't actually sell Facebook fans, you may still be breaking the terms of service of social networks by using our service. Depending how you interpret their terms of service, one could argue that our service is perfectly fine, while others may argue it is a grey area. It is up to you to check the terms of service of social networks prior to using, as they are constantly changing.
In the 8 years we've been in business, we've never had a customer's page harmed as a result of using our service, and we use methods that are considered safe and effective.
There are no public mentions or signs of using our service, so it is highly unlikely that anything negative will happen. Facebook understands you cannot control who likes your public page. It is up to you to check your local and state laws, but as far as we know, there are no countries that have laws against our type of service. We like to be as honest and transparent as possible. If you have any other questions about this, please email us, and we will do our best to assist.
They certainly have the potential to, and often do, but it's not something we guarantee or advertise. Our primary goal is helping you get more likes on each of your new posts, and anything extra than that is just a bonus. These are all real human users, and ultimately we can't control them. This means if they leave a comment that is undesirable, we can't simply delete it; you'd have to block that user or delete the comment, same with any other organic fan.