“Like” Foursquare Venues

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Foursquare recently added Facebook’s “Like” button to venue pages on Foursquare.com. Users can simply “Like” the venue while on the location-based social website, which feeds into users’ Facebook profiles and into their friends’ homepage News Feeds. We took a few screenshots to show you how it looks.

This is how the “Like” button appears on Foursquare.com (click on the image to view larger):

This is what my personal Facebook profile looks like after I’ve clicked “Like” on Foursquare.com (click on the image to view larger):

And this is what my friend’s “Most Recent” News Feed looks like (click on the image to view larger):

I’d be curious to know how much Foursquare’s Facebook referral traffic increases because of this addition. Inside Facebook published an article Wednesday regarding how Facebook’s social plug-ins have affected websites’ overall traffic.

What do you think of Foursquare adding the “Like” button to venues? Do you think Foursquare will add the “Like” button to people’s profiles?

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