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Fake Clicks And Likes Investigated By The 'Times'

British companies are being offered deals to inflate their website traffic and social media followers artificially through the use of “click farms” in India, which employ low-paid workers to boost internet visitors. An investigation by The Times has found that western companies are being offered packages costing as little as $1 per 1,000 clicks to increase internet traffic or purchase 1,000 to 10,000 Facebook “likes” or Twitter followers. 

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