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  • n. Plural form of liker.


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  • Facebook "likers", he argued, are not sitters-in or nonviolent activists, they are not even marchers or candle-wavers; they may wish to associate themselves with a protest app, but the nature of their medium means they do so with negligible risk and therefore negligible effect.

    Twitter and Facebook cannot change the real world, says Malcolm Gladwell

  • Anyway, the "likers" are no less apt to be snobbish than the lovers.

    The Anti-Snob

  • Get beyond the giddiness of having hundreds or thousands of "likers" on your Facebook Page, and you can create real value for your company, customers, vendors, or targeted consumers by using niche networks. -- Top News

  • Originally presented at TBEX, the few remaining are now going to a couple of my lovely Facebook "likers".

    Australia Travel Guide

  • Nontheless, it should be noted that all Facebook "likers" of your brand are more valuable than TV viewers or any other old media audience because they themselves opted to be your fans and part of your community whereas in other media channels they were "forced" to view your brand's messaging because they fit the criteria of your target audience.

    The Next Web

  • The demographics are super targeted as members have to opt-in to become "likers" and the numbers are plainly visible for all to see.

    The Next Web

  • There must be quite a few "likers", as his Alice in Wonderland had one of the biggest openings ever last weekend.

    Chattanooga Pulse

  • Because, even though my husband and I are immigrants, our children – T'choupi fans, plain dressers, likers of terrible music, who are happy to take their medicine up the bum and play parkour with their friends – are not.

    Help! My children have grown up French

  • Additionally, students with baby faces were perceived as likers.

    Who Is Popular at First Sight?

  • Our clients have Facebook groups ranging from 1,000 fans (I still call them fans, likers just doesn't make any sense) to over 500,000 fans.

    James Boyce: (RED) Shows The World How To Score With SMO


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