400 Facebook Fans.. Wait, Likes. Thank you!

by Extreme John on May 30, 2010

Wahoooo 400 Facebook fan page fans likes! I know it’s a Sunday and you probably expect a little more out of me or at least something a little more exciting, sorry but this is exciting to me and I like to thank my Facebook peeps anytime I hit another 100 likes. The last time I had the chance to celebrate a new Facebook milestone it was back on March 28, 2010 when I celebrated reaching 300 Facebook fans, now today I get to celebrate the 400 Facebook likes milestone that I reached on Tuesday May 25th.

400 Facebook Fans Thank You

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Enjoy your Sunday and thank you for connecting with me via Twitter and Facebook and of course for taking the time to subscribe to my rss feed.

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Jannich

Hi John. :-)

That’s pretty rad, congratulations! :-)
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Extreme John
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@Jannich, thank you Jannich I appreciate it.

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Vishal Sanjay

Congratulations dude, I guess you got most of them through onsite exposure, if there is anything else you did, then please do reveal that.
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Extreme John
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@Vishal Sanjay, either that or by massively inviting everyone under the sun haha.

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Meesan

Congrats man, they liked you because your likable =p. We know your doing something right. I love you blog and once again your awesome! Congratulations!

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Extreme John
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@Meesan | Gaming PC, thank you I appreciate the kind words and appreciate that you come through and read what I write about. Whatever that might be :)

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ashok

Congratulations! I can understand why you’re excited – anytime it feels like “hey, I have something concrete to show for all my work,” I definitely get excited, and those milestones are tricky to get online sometimes.

Hope 500 likes comes that much more quickly!
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Extreme John
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@ashok, thank you as always :) Hopefully the 500 will come faster than the 400 :) haha.

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mike
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I’m taking it old school….good start.
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Lee Ka Hoong
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Congrats John! You’re getting more and more famous right now. Sorry for not leaving comment in your blog for few days, here I back again. Stay rock!

Regards,
Lee
.-= Lee Ka Hoong@Make Money Online´s last blog ..5 Tools That Changed The Way Businesses Use Twitter =-.

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Karen
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Wow John, that’s pretty extreme :wink: You’re certainly doing something right to keep building up your fans/likes..
.-= Karen @ Blazing Minds´s last blog ..Do You Have A Donate Button On Your Blog? =-.

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zac

John-

I removed all of my “likes” because of the privacy issues. This may be the wrong place to ask, but if I do “like” your fan page, will my posts be viewable by anyone searching for your fan page?

Just being paranoid perhaps.

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Extreme John
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@zac@Missouri Web Hosting, I think the privacy issue has been addressed I wouldn’t recommend un-liking things that you like at this point.

As for you’re posts being viewed by everyone that views my fan page, only the stuff you post on my fan page :)

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zac

@Extreme John,

Thanks John!
I might add a few “likes” this afternoon and see what happens.

I can’t believe Facebook disregarded my privacy like they did. My profile, right now, has everything deleted and only one picture up. Hmp!

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Extreme John
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@zac@Missouri Web Hosting, I can’t really say that the Facebook thing surprises me but than again I have been working online for over 10 years and see things like this all the time. What should be more surprising to people is the things they don’t know about or hear about, Facebook is massive which means it will draw massive attention if there is the slightest hiccup.

MySpace went through it, You Tube went through it and Facebook is no different. Putting a profile online, especially on a massive public canvas like Facebook puts it out there. Which is exactly what those networks are suppose to do.

Facebook boasts that it connects people, and it does that VERY well. It doesn’t boast it’s incredible security level or commitment to privacy, things it probably will never be great at, especially because it’s about socially networking.

I guess with Facebook and whatever else that comes along, we have to make choices but fully understand the potential for certain issues to arise.

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Matt

That’s great! I’m still trying to break 100. I’m almost there…
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Extreme John
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@Matt@Atlanta GA Real Estate, keep it active and it will grow :)

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SafariDave

Great Fan count there John.
Oooops LIKE count.
I really hate the whole like thing, fan sounds so much better.
I wonder why they ever changed it???
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Extreme John
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@SafariDave, thank you Dave. I would imagine the switch from “Fan” to “Like” was to increase the amount of use/popularity of fan pages.

Looks better too:
Dave likes Insane Limos

Dave just became a fan of Insane Limos

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Oscar

Congratulations! I can understand why you’re excited – anytime it feels like “hey, I have something concrete to show for all my work,” I definitely get excited, and those milestones are tricky to get online sometimes.

Hope 500 likes comes that much more quickly!

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