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September 15, 2011

Facebook : Now You Can Subscribe a Person without adding him Friend

Facebook Introducing Subscribe you can subscribe anyone on Facebook without adding him friend,likely we uses the Facebook other users I have also a Facebook Page & can like my page for all updates & also u can subscribe me for updates.

Until now, it hasn't been easy to choose exactly what you see in your News Feed. Maybe you don't want to see every time your brother plays a game on Facebook, for example. Or maybe you'd like to see more stories from your best friends, and fewer from your coworkers.

You also couldn't hear directly from people you're interested in but don't know personally—like journalists, artists and political figures.

About Subscribe Button
With the Subscribe button, we're making it easier to do both. In the next few days, you'll start seeing this button on friends' and others' profiles. You can use it to:

Choose what you see from people in News Feed:
  1. Hear from people, even if you're not friends
  2. Let people hear from you, even if you're not friends
Choose What You See in News Feed
You're already getting your friends' posts in News Feed. With the Subscribed button, you can choose how much you see from them:
  • All updates: Everything your friend posts
  • Most updates: The amount you'd normally see
  • Important updates only: Just highlights, like a new job or move.  

you can subscribe my public updates

Now Non-Friends can Follow You like in Twitter

Facebook has just added a new option to profile pages that would let people “subscribe” to your profile just like the way people follow you on Twitter. Whenever you post an update on Facebook with the privacy set as “public,” it will appear in the news stream of your subscribers.
To put this in more simple terms, Subscribe is to Facebook profiles what Like is to Facebook pages. The only difference is that you get each and update when your “like” a Facebook page whereas you only get public updates when your “subscribe” to a Facebook profile.

Add the Subscribe option to your Facebook Profile

If you would like to add the Subscribe button to your own Facebook profile, go here. Before you do that, it may be a good idea to double-check that only stuff that you really want to share with non-friends is public.
To confirm, go your Facebook profile page, hit the “View As” button and then click the “public” link to see what updates in your profile are public. You can have unlimited number of subscribers to your profile but you can subscribe to a maximum of 5,000 profiles.

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