Basically, it means that I cannot “like” things around the interwebs when using facebook as a page. Check out what happens when I am logged into Facebook as “The Social Host” Page vs. when I’m logged in as Stefanie Hostetter.
Stefanie Hostetter can still “like” this post, but “The Social Host” as a business Facebook Page cannot. It appears as if Facebook Pages are thus not part of Facebook’s Open Social Graph. It will certainly be interesting to see if this changes in the future…Imagine if Starbucks could “like” McDonalds…or more realistically, if one business often refers to another, if they could “like” each other’s blog posts, websites, products, and increase visibility of each other’s companies in this manner. We’ll have to wait and find out if Facebook is going to open the social graph to business pages. I’m not certain that they will, but as always, I’ll keep you up to date!
Remember, when conversing online, when growing your own digital dandelion, always, keep it real, keep it interesting, keep it really interesting!
(The Social Host)
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