Sticky Likes Introduces Peer-to-Peer Community That Boosts Instagram Engagement

Sticky Likes introduces new platform and brand community that allows users to grow their social marketing efforts by tapping into its network of users to get daily likes, comments, shares, and followers.

Wilmington, United States - January 17, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Sticky Likes LLC has launched a service platform and a brand community designed to help entrepreneurs and businesses increase their Instagram engagement with genuine human interactions.

The platform will help businesses attract additional exposure and traffic by offering packages of engagements including likes, comments, shares, and followers. The daily interactions are carried out by and between other members of the Sticky Likes Network. There are two levels of service: the Standard and the Premium. The Standard service requires users to perform daily tasks such as liking the images of other members every day, and the Premium service is a hands-free done-for-you option without any task requirements. Users are able to choose packages consisting of 500, 1,000, 1,500, or 3,000 engagements that are delivered over a 30 day period.

Sticky Likes also offers its users a loyalty rewards program as well as a legally compliant business opportunity that will allow interested marketers to earn referral commissions. The company is one of the first to offer a multi-level compensation structure that’s attached to a social media growth enhancement community. Both the company and its website have also taken great strides to implement the latest encryption and security protocols to protect user data and provide a smooth user experience.

“I made Sticky Likes to be a community where people can get real genuine human interaction from other like-minded people.” said creator, Rocco DiBenedetto. “I’m on a mission to prove that collective human cooperation outproduces scripts and bots by delivering better results, better branding, and lasting success than bots and fake accounts that violate Instagram’s terms of service. Sticky Likes is an online community where people find camaraderie and support while taking their social media marketing to new heights. ”

About Sticky Likes LLC:

Sticky Likes LLC is an independently owned and operated technology company headquartered in Wilimington, Delaware founded by Rocco DiBenedetto, a serial entrepreneur and marketer. For more information about Sticky Likes visit http://www.stickylikes.com. You can also call 571-483-8828 or send an email to inquiries@stickylikes.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Rocco DiBenedetto
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Organization: Sticky Likes
Address: 501 Silverside Rd. PMB #337, Wilmington, DE 19809, United States
Website: http://www.stickylikes.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88943163

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