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    It’s a familiar plight: Your friend has posted something candid and revealing on Facebook—maybe something about a sick relative or a tough situation at work. You want to offer your support, to let them know […]

    • Good discussion post.

      I think it’s still too early to tell about these new reactions.

      From what I hear most people are still using the same like button they were previously using, somewhat ignoring the other love, anger, sadness, “wow,” and “haha” buttons.

      It could be that they can’t just be bothered or change is still hard, or as is…[Read more]

      • [Admin has just bought Kevin Ross a $5 glass of cold beer or hot coffee for this very helpful response]

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        Thanks a lot, for a very valuable response!

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    • Hi Amanda,
      While its welcoming to have these new emotions, I will agree that its still early to know the full impact of these innovations to social media marketing.

      Businesses that utilize Facebook can go for better target marketing after assessing the emotions that are popular.

      You nailed it with your summary that it provides new…[Read more]

    • Hey Amanda,

      I think these new responses are good. The like button absolutely wasn’t appropriate in all situations.

      We’ll have to see what this means for their algorithm because a like was definitely important to the reach of a message. Will it be the same if you click a sad emotion? Facebook may say so right now, but I’m not so sure about…[Read more]

    • Hi Amanda,
      Its cool you have shared this information about the new ’emotions’ introduced by Facebook.

      How did I react to the Facebook new emotions? Well, its a welcome idea because it provides for better appeal and attraction than the simple ‘like’ button and the likes!

      However, I recommend testing the ’emotions’ to compare search…[Read more]

    • Hi Amanda,

      I am pretty aware of the Facebook’s new emotions, and I agree that the modulated reactions will go a long way to improve better ad targeting for businesses.

      However, these emotions should not be forced on users to that they would be in control to interact and understand what state of mind the marketers are!

      As for how…[Read more]

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