According to a report, Facebook is not testing a “dislike” button, but will give you a choice of six emojis.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Louis Eksteen, Managing Director of Twisted Toast.
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Zuckerberg never seriously considered a “dislike” button.— Louis Eksteen, Managing Director of Twisted Toast
You’ll hover over the “like” button to choose between the emojis.— Louis Eksteen, Managing Director of Twisted Toast
Advertisers will now be able to measure much richer emotions.— Louis Eksteen, Managing Director of Twisted Toast
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