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I think it depends what you're trying to do; as @Xabre said, without knowing what you're trying to do, it's hard to help you. At the most generic level, you should follow Facebook's sharing guidelines: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/sharing/best-practices


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The importance of those numbers is directly related to Social Proof. It validates the quality and relevance of the content by showing other people's interest in it. Quoting Smashing Mag: This principle tells us that we like to observe other people’s behaviour to judge what’s normal, and then we copy it. This article talks about this and other ...


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If I understand correctly, a simple "seal of approval" is actually rather detrimental to the idea of user centered design, and especially to the practitioner's merit. Any approval (or disapproval) should be met with rationale; that is how one raises awareness and illustrates skills needed to achieve good products. You can't put that in a stamp. If a Human ...



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