Publishers Like Their Feeds with IngBoo™

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New ‘Like for Feeds’ expands web publisher fan base by delivering targeted, ongoing updates and sharing

IngBoo today launched Like for Feeds, the fastest way for web sites to connect feeds with Facebook Like and expand the fan base. The solution enables fully-automated, ongoing engagement between publishers and audience using Facebook Like, thus dramatically increasing site revisits and revenue.

IngBoo’s social syndication solution is the first of its kind - a new and powerful tool for publishers who are looking for improved conversion from social networks and Facebook. Since its launch in August, IngBoo’s WordPress plugin has been downloaded close to 4,000 times with thousands of publishers now benefiting from increased reach and revisits from Facebook. The latest release builds on this momentum by expanding it outside of WordPress and adding analytics for the publishers. The new analytics provides powerful insights on Facebook Like adoption. In addition, the IngBoo solution increases the Facebook Fan base via in-stream promotion of the Facebook Fan page.

“Expanding Facebook Like for Feeds to publishers beyond WordPress is an important milestone for us,” said Furkan Khan, co-founder and COO at IngBoo. “Now more than two million existing Facebook Like partners can benefit from this dynamic engagement tool and expand their fan base. We have made it very simple.”

Web publishers are expanding their reach into the Facebook community via fan pages and integration of social plug-ins. IngBoo’s solution fully supports Facebook Open Graph social plug-in tools and provides a one-to-one content syndication – from a website to a user’s Facebook News Feed. Learn more at

About IngBoo, Inc.
Headquartered in Sunnyvale, California, IngBoo brings new and powerful social marketing solutions to publishers. Thousands of web sites use IngBoo’s cloud-based social syndication services to connect with their audience via Facebook, Twitter, mobile and email. For more information, visit


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