Facebook “Likes” the Internet… The Whole Thing

Sat, Mar 27, 2010

Facebook, Social

At the F8 Developer Conference next month, Facebook is planning on releasing a truckload of information to the third party developers that work hard on their platform. As with a lot of planned secrets though, they don’t always work out as planned. The current leaked secret is that in the new Facebook API, they will allow content creators to add a “Like” button to any piece of content.

Sounds like a very smart move on Facebook’s part because it will bring a ton of content to Facebook without the need to index like Google or other search engines. This is also a smart move for content creators as well because it allows easy sharing of their content over the hundreds upon millions of eyes glued to Facebook every day.

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