News was broken this weekend about new Facebook "like" functionality that will replace the "share" buttons. The change beefed up the visibility of people’s “likes” by adding thumbnails, and meta data form Facebook’s Open Graph Protocol.
This means that getting a page on your website “liked” will now be featured in the stream of users and now act exactly like a “shared link” used to, complete with relevant images and descriptions.
With this change, Facebook is now giving webmasters control of how their listings show up in the stream. So test what title headlines work the best in driving traffic by implementing these changes on your site.
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