Most likely an elementary bot, of which there are a lot and they cost a penny. Everything is very simple. There is a person who can have sooo many such accounts. It collects human databases through parsers. If you find yourself in this database, for one reason or another, then most likely you will be liked. How will they like? This is a different story. Maybe there are people who like to advertise live. But most likely there is a program in which all actions on the account are automatically performed. By the way, in some programs you can score up to 100 accounts and give assignments. It turns out a kind of small army of VK bots.
How to identify a bot or not? It's simple:
It is very, very rare for me fakes to like an avatar, maybe once a month someone on the left will like it, there is usually no advertising on their pages, so I think maybe someone from my acquaintances got themselves likes and decided a little for the rest please me: D
Over the past few days, I have also started an influx of fakes on my page. All as one like the avatar, but I did not see any ads. Just 5-10 people friends and one uploaded photo in the album.
Sometimes an ordinary person is hiding behind a fake. And he can like your ava just like that, can you imagine?) Yes, like that, without hidden subtext, without advertising, and so on. He just liked the photo. He's not sorry for this husky for you.
Surprised by those who immediately mark it as spam and so on. Why do you feel bad about these likes? In my opinion, no crime is committed.
Advertising pages usually do this so that you go to their page and follow the links that they have on this page. I'm just sending a review about spam.
By the way, lately, fake bookmakers who offer to bet on match-fixing have begun to like me more and more often.
If these are not advertising pages, then it is possible that you go to their page and (again, possibly) put a couple of likes to their photos or posts on the wall.
This makes the page look more "lively" ".
In order for a person to become interested in the page of the person who liked it, went in and saw the advertisement that was posted there. They realized that it was ineffective to just send a friend request, so they began to put pressure on people's pride.