- Wired, Monday, February 29, 2016 8 AM
Advertisers are delighted with Facebook's new Reactions,
which allow consumers
to react to posts with more than just a generic "like." Instead of just “liking” a post, you can also now tell the world how you really feel: "love,” “haha,”
“wow,” “sad,” and “angry.” Consumers can also share their deepest (six) emotions with advertisers. Reactions offers them a wider palette of emotions to put on
public display. Facebook won’t say just yet how these Reactions will affect the ads a user sees in their News Feed. But just seeing how customers react to their ads offers greater insight to
brands that they can use to inform future campaigns.
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