• http://twitter.com/egiethoorn egiethoorn

    Greg, thx for the article, it’s a nice way to use XFBML on SMO to help with SEO ;)

  • http://javascriptsandmore.com Shawn Lippert

    This can be a rush of visitors to site owners, for when they comment with a link back to their niche market.

  • FJU

    what if you don’t want your comments to be searchable? hoping Facebook adds an opt-out feature here.

  • http://brianbreslin.com Brian Breslin

    XFBML and FBML are being eliminated in the next few months, you’re better off going with HTML5 longterm.

  • Thomas Auffret

    Great for SEO, but what about the reputation of your brand / company? I mean, if the comments are indexed by Google, bad comments may also appear first in the search engine.

    It would be interesting to know whether it is possible to choose the comments you want to reference.

    On the other hand, this may influence the perception your customers have of your company On the other hand, this may influence the perception that your customers have of your company and compromise your transparancy and your credibility.

    Should think about it!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Charlie-Aaron-Brooker/100000739340933 Charlie Aaron Brooker

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