Facebook Reactions

  • Facebook Reactions: New Data Shows Most Users Still Just ‘Like’ Posts

    … react accordingly, and everyone moves on. But what does this all mean for brands? At Unmetric, we took a look under the hood, and here’s what we found How fans are using Facebook Reactions on brand posts: First, let’s start off with the reactions: In addition to the regular Like, the new ones capture the core human emotions and include: Love, Haha…

    AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 28 readers -
  • 6 Reactions Brands May Have to Facebook’s Reactions

    … to see that Facebook’s researchers really look their time looking at the way people behave, and came up with a thoughtful and customer-centric update that addresses not just an advertising opportunity, but a real user need. Sarah Matista is the marketing communications manager for Vistaprint. …

    Inside Facebookin Facebook- 15 readers -
  • Facebook Reactions: What Marketers Need To Know

    … Last week, Facebook announced that they are expanding the Like button to include Reactions, a visual way for users to express more detailed opinions about content quickly and easily. This is the most significant Facebook UX change in years. To add a reaction, Facebook users hold down the Like button on mobile or hover over the Like button…

    ZOG Digital Blogin Social- 14 readers -
  • How Will Facebook’s New Reactions Affect Digital Advertisers?

    …, sad, surprised, angry or in stitches. Although this feature is still very new, it will definitely have an impact on businesses and the ads they run on Facebook. Here’s what you need to know about Facebook’s Reactions and how they may affect your campaigns. What Are Facebook Reactions? Reactions are an extension to the Like button, allowing users…

    Nanigansin Social Facebook How To's- 20 readers -
  • Facebook Reactions: What Marketers Need to Know

    … reactions details shown on a competitor’s post. Note that only Facebook page admins will see the Liked / Invite buttons. If you are not a page admin, you only see Add Friend / Follow buttons next to people’s names. So far, Facebook reactions only work on the Like button for the main posts themselves, but not on comments. So don’t expect to react…

    Kristi Hines/ Social Media Examinerin Social Facebook- 14 readers -
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