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January 26, 2011

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I think this is a good opportunity, and it will be nice to see how it plays out. However, we know that a great deal of fans visit the page only once - when they actually "like" the page, so I'm not sure how often these comments that linger on the top will be seen. And as any good community manager knows, you don't want the same content living on the main page of a community for too long because it gets stale. I do agree with you, that this may give some fans a bit of influence. Definitely one to watch.
Angela Connor
Author, "18 Rules of Community Engagement."

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