Can The Facebook Like Button Supplant The Hyperlink?

Can The Facebook Like Button Supplant The Hyperlink?

Steve Rubel is making a case for the like supplanting the link as the main means of web navigation.

Stephen Fortune
  • 8 march 2011

One can’t help but notice the increasing ubiquity of the Facebook ‘like’ button, thanks in no small part to Facebook’s aggressive promotion of the button to the exclusion of all other means of social network sharing.

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