It looks like Facebook added one more way to bring users to like pages. In the below screenshot you can see how an external link, in this case from The Economist, inserted into a Facebook update will now also prompt you to like the website’s Facebook page.
In other words, if you like the link you found on Facebook, then you would probably want to see more from the respective website on Facebook, right? So why not like their page?
This feature is great for websites that count on Facebook and its users to spread their content and build traffic on their website.
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