You may have seen us tweet about our #AgencyReactions to the new Facebook Reactions which were recently rolled out.
We decided to take a look at what other people thought of the Facebook Reactions from across the web as Facebook attempts to measure sentiment of its users.
Will Facebook reactions lead to fragmented data? I give my thought for BBC Technology https://t.co/XIyZPhjzVg— kristalsmile (@kristalsmile) February 9, 2016
Facebook Reactions’ main purpose: telling apart good and bad friends based on who loved your new profile picture and who just liked it.— Simon. (@entropid) March 12, 2016
@JennieDuke Cash Converters won’t buy them. You have been vindicated.— Barry Superstitious (@Shannonimity) February 25, 2016
What do you think of Facebook Reactions and how it will impact on the way in which you interact with Facebook posts.
Check out the Brand24 blog which featured our AgencyReactions image http://blog.brand24.net/top-10-real-time-marketing-replies-to-facebook-reactions/