More changes to Facebook and most missed it.
Many users may notice a new look to their LIKE buttons on their website and blogs.
In 2010, Facebook introduced the LIKE button to the world. Their LIKE and SHARE buttons are viewed over 22 billion times daily across more than 7.5 million websites according to Facebook. That’s a lot of LIKING going on.
Last week Facebook made a change to their buttons that are used by companies on their websites. As they continue to roll the new look out, you may have a new look as well.
If you are currently using the old LIKE button, you’ll be automatically upgraded to the new design as part of our roll out. If you are interested in using their new style of buttons, here are links to the new LIKE and SHARE buttons. Facebook is recommending using the new style of buttons that sit side by side and here is a link to the Like and Share buttons. The SHARE button is located here. Share button
What’s the difference, you ask? Well, the SHARE button allows for a comment to be added before sharing, while the LIKE button simply auto-posts to your feed.