What is Like Engine?
Like Engine is a free online tool used to add more fans to your Facebook fan page, get more views on your YouTube videos, and even gain more followers on your Twitter account; all from one place. In addition, the site also offers a website traffic exchange.
“These days almost everyone is on Facebook, including businesses. The more people connected to you on Facebook, the more you build up your social following and the easier it is to leverage your business content to them,” said Chris Lombardozzi, Web Architect at River City Web Solutions. He added, “With the advancement of Smart Phones, it's like people have these social networks strapped to their hip, making it quite easy to reach out to them.”
How Does Like Engine Work?
According to Lombardozzi, Like Engine is completely free and won't cost users a penny. Like Engine uses a “Like for a like” concept wherein “coins” are used as currency that you earn by doing various actions on the site.
For Example: when a user likes a Facebook page, they will earn coins. When a user follows someone on Twitter, they earn coins. If a user watches a YouTube video, they will earn coins. The amount of coins offered for each action are preset by that particular user. The user then spends the coins earned to promote their own pages, thus having others like their Facebook page, follow them on Twitter, or watch their YouTube videos. Anytime the user needs more coins, all they'll have to is like more pages or do any other action as explained above.
About the Developers:
Like Engine has been developed and implemented by River City Web Solutions, a leading web design and development company located in Jacksonville, Florida. River City Web Solutions recently received the “2011 Best of Jacksonville Award” from the United States Commerce Association for Best Internet Marketing and Advertising Agency. For more information about River City Web Solutions, call 904-748-WEB1 or visit their website at http://www.RiverCityWeb.org.
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