Facebook Users Can Now Share Everything They Like the Best

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Showyoulike.it” is a new social and engaging application that helps Facebook users share everything they like the best with other members. The deal is pretty simple: by sharing everything he likes, any Facebook user can see what everyone else is liking. It is totally free, secure and works in total respect of the privacy.

“my media is rich”, a Brussels, Belgium based company, is pleased to announce the release of “Showyoulike.it”.

It is a great way to keep up with the most popular music, movies, people, places and much more according to the number of likes a particular item has received. From there, anyone can easily monitor the trends, spot a rising star, the next buzz or predict the result of an election.

Additionally, signing up for a free account gives a personalized and attractive page made of Facebook favorites.

On its personal page, any user can manage his profile, discover which users also like what he likes, view the latest likes from his friends and from likers he is following in real time, and manage what he likes.

Philippe Palaz explains: “There are several ways to use the site. First of all, it is an easy way to complete your ‘Facebook likes’ section in your profile, if you have not already. If you want to let your friends know what your favorite band is, what kind of fashion you are into, and what kind of sports you like to play, you can quickly complete your profile with “Showyoulike.it”. If you already have your profile set up the way you want it, “Showyoulike.it” becomes your own personalized page, with all of your favorite things online.”

Although everybody can use it, “Showyoulike.it” was also devised for bloggers, journalist, musicians, stylist or anyone looking for extended public exposure. They can post the link to their site, their blog, their About.me profile or anywhere else they want, using it to let anyone on the Web know all there is to know about their tastes. One of the great features about this is that all members of the community will have the opportunity to like these wannabe figures and to follow the things they like.

When he first signs up, the user can choose to make his profile public or private. Opting for a public profile will give him the opportunity to become an influencer; users will have the opportunity to like him and to follow what he likes. However, with a private profile, nobody can like you and only your friends can follow what you like.

“Showyoulike.it” also shows which Facebook friends have similar tastes. Their profile pictures will appear on any given item when open it, and they will also be listed on your own personal profile.

But the best part is probably the drill down effects of item affinity when someone hits the details page on a specific like box. Anyone can look into the liker’s profiles. Note that this feature will only come to life if a member’s profile is public. It can then be viewed, regardless of whether they are Facebook friends or not.

One can also see how the information differs depending on various filters. It is possible to filter the data by gender, age, and language, and as more people begin to use the site, it becomes a pretty interesting reflection of what Facebook users are into. Another way to use the application is simply to look for which kind of place is liked the best in London for those who are in their 20s, in NYC for those who are in their 30s or in Paris…

Of course, Showyoulike.it’s data is limited only to the likes of users who have connected their accounts. The more people join, the more data based on Facebook likes will be publicly available through the site. So far, within a few days, Show you like it already counts 250.000 profiles, 7 million likes and 1.7 million objects with an average time spent on the site of 4 minutes.

The one thing “Showyoulike.it” definitely has going for it is an awesome user interface. The site could not be easier to navigate, and the slick design makes it very compelling to browse.

If you’d like more information on this topic, or to Schedule an interview with Philippe Palaz, please call +32 (0)2 533 2000 or send an email to pjp(at)mmir(dot)be

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