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Greenpeace gets world record thru Facebook

Written on April 17, 2011 by R. Depp

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Nice one, Greenpeace.

Greenpeace International has set a world record for acquiring the most number of comments for one of its pages in Facebook in just 24 hours.

“Congratulations Everybody! You’re all world record holders now,” is the message that greeted the group’s members and subscribers, as the Greenpeace campaign team sent them email blasts. The message also informed the they are aiming to set a world record of posting more than 80, 000 comments in at least 11 different languages on the group’s “Facebook Unfriend Coal page.”

In a report by the Digital Journal, Greenpeace was already getting 50,000 comments in just 24 hours.

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