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Why do People Like, Share, and Comment on Facebook?

ROFL 24-06-2015

At one point in time or another, you’ve probably liked or shared something on Facebook Increase Facebook Likes the Right Way (And What Not to Do) So you have a Facebook page but it's not getting the attention it deserves? The question is, what can you do to rise above your competition and win more fans? Read More . You’ve also probably voiced your opinion on a post, either from a friend or a page you follow Drive More Sales From Your Facebook Page With This One Simple Trick [Weekly Facebook Tips] Facebook's new call-to-action buttons have now rolled out to most countries worldwide, after an initial release in the US in December 2011. So, what is this button and why should you try it? Read More . Have you ever thought about why people Like, Comment, and Share things on Facebook? The obvious answer is because, well, they actually like what they are seeing. But as it turns out, there’s more to it than that, as the infographic below explains.

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  1. Brad Merrill
    June 27, 2015 at 11:39 pm

    Elan Morgan wrote a fascinating Medium post about avoiding liking things on Facebook for two weeks: https://medium.com/@schmutzie/i-quit-liking-things-on-facebook-for-two-weeks-heres-how-it-changed-my-view-of-humanity-29b5102abace

    In short, it encourages more humanity - forcing you to leave real comments, rather than a "wordless nod of support in a loud room." Really interesting stuff.