Is there a way that we're able to add a Facebook “like” button for my page to my email campaign.
The same way you're able to in MailChimp:
Hi there James, this is certainly possible. If you are coding a campaign from scratch, you can add our Facebook template tags in the following format:
Alternately, you can add a Facebook 'Like' button with your page's URL via the template editor.
Thanks, James! Please let us know if you have any questions about this.
If it is possible, I really want to hear it!! Thanks...
Hi siennasmith, we've worked around the JS in email issue by placing the necessary code on an external page (ie. a browser window opens when you click the Facebook share link). Give it a try and let us know how you go :)
Is there a way this "Like us on Facebook" button can integrate with the code I use for buttons that is friendly with MSO?
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I think I originally got this code from you guys, at buttons.cm. I may have tweaked it over time, but it's originally yours.
You could always try using the sharer.php from facebook.
Here is a reference to FB Share dialog as they are encouraging devs to use this instead of sharer.php (https://developers.facebook.com/docs/sharing/reference/share-dialog). For this one you would have to create your own FB app I believe.
It's discussed here (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20956229/has-facebook-sharer-php-changed-to-no-longer-accept-detailed-parameters)
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