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‘Wow cool post, thanks for sharing’ comments spread on Facebook

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May. 20, 19 | 1:31 pm

If you are frequently online, you have probably noticed that comments which read “wow, cool post, thanks for sharing” have been making the rounds on Facebook.

Many Facebook users have been spreading this kind of comment to eventually earn a Top Fan badge.

The Top Fan badge is given to any Facebook user who actively follows, shares posts, and leaves comments and reactions to the page, reported Gaming PH.

Those who have the Top Fan badge can enjoy perks like comment highlight, raffles prizes, and fan ranking.

According to the Gaming PH, the spreading of the said comment started from IGN page when it posted non-gaming related content and a group of trolls flooded their comment thread with “Wow cool post IGN, thanks for sharing“ as a sign of protest.

Many decided to copy the trend which then resulted to the spread of the comment spam on the said social media site.

Fortunately, there is a way to avoid this.

If you are a page admin, you can block such comments from your page by going to Facebook Page Moderation Settings.

Go to Settings > General. Look for the Page Moderation, then paste the exact phrase to block. Click Save Changes and voila!

If a Facebook user left the said comment on one of your posts, it will automatically get deleted.

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