Big Time Operators charges money for false inflation of social media hits. They practice business in an unethical manner and do not keep customer service a priority. Big Time Operators claims to increase twitter followers and Facebook and youtube views. The process they go through with all of these is fairly easy to explain. I will tell you step by step on how the two brothers Jason and Kris run "services" that you can either easily accomplish or how they provide false numbers.
TWITTER: Kris gave me his office assistant's contact number and she managed my twitter account for a short while. All she did was follow other people, and unfollow them if they did not follow back. Most businesses can accomplish this diligently at their own pace. It does not yield genuine interested in your business or brand - merely mostly people who are willing to follow you back to attain a higher number of followers themselves.
FACEBOOK Initially, I deposited $ for Kris to push the likes on my Facebook page to $10000. The numbers stopped short at 6000 and he demanded more money. I was unsatisfied of the service so far, but he failed to reach the numbers verbally promised. Additionally, I have lost thousands of likes on my page. Know why? BOTS. There are a great number of fake likes on Facebook as well as fake views on twitter. After Facebook started cracking down on fake likes in December of 2012, many artists (like Lady Gaga, Bieber etc) lost thousands of likes.
Put it this way: If a majority of the likes on your page come from Egypt, Philippines, or Malaysia, it's a red flag that you have an army of bots. This would be fine if you want an artificially high number of likes on your page, but you risk having them randomly plummet when a large site - like Facebook or youtube - does a cleanse of fake profiles and bots.
A GENERAL HINT on whether a Facebook page has inflated "likes" is how much audience interaction there is to the poster. As of now, Big Time Operators has 40,000 likes. However, most of the posts have about 10 people liking or commenting on the post. Additionally, the last review the company has had was from 5 months ago. Why do you think that is?
Social media is getting increasingly savvy about fake likes and fake views. Wouldn't you want genuine interest in your business or brand? Do not use companies like Big Time Operators. Consumers are smartening up.