Wouldn't it be cool if Facebook had an alternative for the like button? Check out to see the nine reasons why Facebook needs the "I don't care" button!





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Written by MarketingWeekly
1377 days ago

The only problem is that clicking the "I dont care" button shows you care enough to comment. If you truly don't care, aren't you better off just ignoring things? Currently, Facebook's EdgeRank factors in how often people respond to determine how prominently to display content - even if the response is negative.



Written by amabaie
1379 days ago

This idea will probably die of apathy.



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