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So I've recently added a jQuery popup that asks my regular visitors to like me on Facebook. At first I added the ability to like the URL and the fan page. I got 2 fan page likes and about 10 URL likes in an hour.

I understand that fan pages likes are the most important, and so I removed the possibility to like the URL. However it is not the first time that I notice my visitors not being interested in being fans but still liking content.

What should I do about it?

Prevent people from liking the URL hoping that more will like the page? Or let people like the URL as well hoping that it will generate more activity on Facebook and potentially bring new visitors?

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closed as not constructive by John Conde May 11 '13 at 23:36

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