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Like my status update for higher Facebook edge rank

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by MadaDaas, Feb 16, 2012.

  1. MadaDaas

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    Hey everyone

    i been doing some research on profile status updates and i come to realize they now have edge ranks this meaning the more likes and comments you get the more your updates are seen by your friends/subscribers on your profile.

    anyone here can supply status update likes on a daily basis using some sort of app that makes it happen fast?? if so i am willing to buy or pay for someone to do this i don't mind if the likes are from fake accounts but they need to look real. i am looking at 100 to 200 likes per update. to raise my edge rank.

    let me know via pm or Skype: madadaas1
     
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    Understanding EdgeRank

    The name of the algorithm used by FB (Facebook) to uncover what is shown in the FB member's news feeds is called EdgeRank. The newsfeed is the "Killer App" of Facebook. There is a surfeit of significant information available readily to users of FB and the order wherein it is shown is the newsfeed. The Newsfeed is not literally a feed of news, but rather a chart of the best relevant Edges revealed by the EdgeRank Algorithm. EdgeRank finds out among your connections which is frequently appearing and might be the most relevant for you to consider. This can also determine which type of content should rank higher than the rest on your newsfeed. It is therefore significant to understand how this algorithm can prove to be effective.
     
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    more information on it.


    EdgeRank Defined
    Facebook looks at everything published as "objects." These can be status updates, links, photos, video or anything else that can be shared on Facebook. Every object receives a ranking (EdgeRank), which determines if it will show in your personal newsfeed. Objects with a high EdgeRank appear in your "Top News" feed. Objects with a low EdgeRank will not. According to a study conducted last fall by The Daily Beast, objects with a really low EdgeRank may not even show in your "Most Recent" news feed.

    An object's EdgeRank is based on three factors: affinity or the relationship between the creator and user, interaction with the object (likes, comments, etc.) and timeliness. Add the three factors together using a formula that only Facebook truly knows and you've got an object's EdgeRank.

    Unlike Google's PageRank, which stays the same from user to user, every object is scored based on the individual Facebook user who may (or may not) view the object in their news feed.