Liked Lab is an Instagram account promotion service that claims to be completely unique. Allegedly, Liked Lab uses human management combined with intelligent automation to acquire real and very interested followers. But, once again, we are not going to believe anything before actually experiencing it. Continue reading to see what we thought of Liked Lab’s services.
In our reviews, we look at a few important factors: website security, user reviews, contact info, pricing and of course, the legitimacy of service. We take all of these factors very seriously. After reviewing the service, we’ll grade it from 1 to 10 (with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest grade).
Liked Lab’s website appears to have all the important information. There’s a Frequently Asked Questions page, a display of prices and contact information. There’s even a blog that contains user reviews. The website is HTTPS secure, as well.
However, that doesn’t hide the fact that Liked Lab is an Instagram bot. And not just that – the customer support is non-responsive and overall useless. Also, the reviews shown on the website are all positive and evidently fake
To sum up, Liked Lab isn’t the worst Instagram marketing service we have ever seen. It’s not a scam. Also, the website is decent, even though it does contain false advertising.
We did get the followers we requested, so we weren’t scammed. However, the followers were pretty random, and not ‘very interested’, as they advertised it on the website. Honestly, Liked Lab’s service isn’t really unique or different than other similar services. They wrote that in order to seem more appealing to users. After all, it is just an Instagram bot.
Liked Lab’s overall score is 5 out of 10. The risk factor is Moderate.
In today’s day and age, more than 90 million users. are active on Instagram every month. Whether you are an artist, small business, or DJ, buying Instagram followers is the fast way to get the spotlight you deserve. Real followers are more likely to follow a profile who has more profiles due to the bandwagon effect, so buying followers is a gift that keeps on giving.