Going against the law is not an option: first it might make you loose more visitors (i.e. those who count on you to respect their privacy). Second, GDPR fines calculated as percentage of your global sales, might wipe out your profits.
Fortunately there is a proven solution for your problem: the two-step like-button. When the user goes on the page, the social media button is not activated. Instead, the user sees a grayed proxy. Social media can not track your users yet. But when the user wants to like or share a post, he/she first clicks to activate the social media button : they then get a regular social media button that tracks them and that they can click to like.
You can find more about such privacy enabling approaches in this article.
In conclusion, the best way to stay in business is still to remain compliant with the laws and respect your users and their expectations ;-)