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Buzzfeed Buttons for my website

For those inspired by Buzzfeed’s “Your Reaction?” section and looking it to your website, I have both good and bad news: the bad news is that buzzfeed does not provide their badges or “Your Reaction?” for outside websites, but the… Continue Reading →

Get The Oatmeals Facebook Reactions

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, at this point you’ve probably heard of Facebooks Reaction buttons. Last week Facebook expanded this new feature to everyone, allowing people to react to posts with more emotions than the standard like. Responses to… Continue Reading →

How to Use Playbuzz to Create Viral Quizzes

Playbuzz surprised everyone last November beating out past winners, the Huffington Post and Buzzfeed, as the most-shared English language site on Facebook. This was the first time since Facebook started recording data on publishers that neither the Huffington Post nor Buzzfeed… Continue Reading →

Facebook reactions for Publishers

  Facebook recently released their new “Reaction” buttons as a way to provide  more nuanced response system than a simple “like”.   The Facebook Reactions offer a wider range of emotional responses for with 6 choices (5 new) Like, Love, Haha,… Continue Reading →

A Better Option than 5 Stars Rating

A Better Option than 5 Stars Rating In the past, having a 5 star rating for your site or business set you apart from the rest of your competition. It told people that you’re dedicated to giving customers 100% every… Continue Reading →

Emotional Response – Why Your Website should have it

  Are Emotional Responses Metrics or Just Simple Feedback?   Two companies are utilizing emotional responses in two very different ways. For Facebook, emotional responses are a way for people to provide a more precise way to interact with family,… Continue Reading →

Buzzfeed vs Facebook Reactions

Buzzfeed vs. Facebook: the ultimate showdown in reaction buttons! Both Facebook’s reactions and Buzzfeed “your reaction?” offer another way to engage users, and allow them to share their thoughts outside of the standard comment systems. As I mentioned in a… Continue Reading →

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