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Facebook Displays Percent of Users Who Like Pages Who Have Seen Specific Posts

May 25, 2012
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Facebook continues to quietly add and tweak features behind the scenes, without fanfare or announcements. The latest example is the addition of a percentage link to posts on brand pages, which enables page administrators to see what percentage of the users who like the page have seen the post....

 

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