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6 étapes pour trouver l'administrateur d'une Fan Page

Cet article a été publié il y a 3 ans 19 jours, il est possible qu’il ne soit plus à jour. Les informations proposées sont donc peut-être expirées. L’objectif de cet article est tout simplement de vous permettre de retrouver l’administrateur d’une fan page. Bien entendu les nouveaux formats de page permettent (si l’admin le souhaite) de faire figurer le “propriétaire” de la page. Or il ne s’agit pas d’une pratique très répandue à l’heure actuelle et aucunes fonctions de base ne permettent de découvrir les mystérieux administrateurs qui se cachent derrière certaines fan page. Mais quel est l’intérêt de savoir qui est l’administrateur? 6 étapes pour trouver l'administrateur d'une Fan Page
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After my post on the 4 commenting services Commenting Services Face to Face: Disqus vs IntenseDebate vs JS-Kit vs SezWho, I have started to receive back a lot of feedback. I’d like to thank all the people that took their time to go through the article and send me their feedback. Based on this feedback, I feel that an update is needed as the information might change the final evaluation. As a quick reminder my final ranking was something like: BlogWinner: IntenseDebateRunner-up: DisqusSiteWinner: DisqusRunner-up: IntenseDebate Now, if you check the different matrices in my initial post, you’ll notice that there is a question that isn’t really answered: why JS-Kit doesn’t show up in my final top? Update on Commenting Services Face-off | mindstorms Update on Commenting Services Face-off | mindstorms
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