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06/30/2014

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Toby

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Christina

Very value able post, I read the whole story when I start reading it.

Bipasha

I appreciate your blog post, beautifully expressed and well written.

Franchise PR

There are lessons to learn from FB but also things to learn to avoid from them as well.

Jenna Francis

As a PR student, I realize the importance of the information Facebook was trying to gather, but I also understand Facebook users being upset. This post has great tips for companies that are looking to start out transparent.
My question is, what should Facebook have done differently once the angry users started voicing their opinions? Of course, Facebook will not be affected much by such a small amount of people, but shouldn't it value every user?

Tetiana Pasichnyk

The study of Facebook’ users emotions escalated a big discussion – did it breach ethical guidelines or not? The study was severe criticized, but I believe that it was a first step to develop a new “like” button. Since February 2016 FB’ fans could not only “like” the post, but also express their emotions in much more easy way by clicking the relevant emoji – whether they are happy, sad or serious.
This option already became a great marketing tool, because it’s really showing how users feel about any posted content.

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