ShortStack Responds To Facebook’s Revamped Promotions Guidelines With Comment/Like Importer

Facebook application creator ShortStack reacted to Facebook’s announcement Tuesday that third-party apps are no longer required to create promotions on pages with a new feature that allows page administrators to collect and import likes and comments from their status updates into a database, after which they can both pick random winners for their contests and save those data for future marketing efforts.

Facebook application creator ShortStack reacted to Facebook’s announcement Tuesday that third-party apps are no longer required to create promotions on pages with a new feature that allows page administrators to collect and import likes and comments from their status updates into a database, after which they can both pick random winners for their contests and save those data for future marketing efforts.

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