How The Facebook Like Button Looks Around The World
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With over 500 million users logging in to Facebook regularly, the site has become a global phenomenon. With that success, Facebook has entered into practically every country with internet access. With over 100 dialects and languages on the site Facebook is truly a global network. One of area that Facebook has focused heavily on is the Like button, which is now translated into every language. Today we’re bringing you on a tour of the “Like” button from countries and languages around the world.