Click farming, also known as like farming, refers to the practice of artificially inflating the number of likes, shares, comments, or other engagement metrics on social media platforms through fraudulent means.
This is typically done by using paid services or automated bots to generate fake or low-quality engagement on posts or accounts with the purpose of misleading others or gaining an unfair advantage. Click farming is considered unethical and against the terms of service of most social media platforms.
It can mislead others, create a false perception of popularity or influence, and compromise the integrity and authenticity of social media engagement.
Social media platforms employ various measures and algorithms to detect and mitigate click farming activities, and users should be vigilant in evaluating engagement metrics and identifying potential fraudulent or fake engagement on social media platforms.