My LikeBook Review

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UPDATE They changed the name from Like Book to My Social BookMy Likebook

I recently had the opportunity to review a book from Likebook. I must say this was a pretty cool review. My Like Book is pretty much a book about your Facebook life.  It was really easy to set up. You just allowed their app to connect to your Facebook account. First you start off by choosing who the book will be about and if it will be about your personal page, fan page, or a special group you may be in. Second you will start of by choosing your time line on how far you want the book to go back such a one year or three but it only goes back as far as 2007.  Next step is to choose if you want your book to display Statuses, Wall posts, Profile pictures, Mobile uploads, Wall photos and album photos. and after all that is done you have the option to allow comments and how many to display in your book and if you want it in English or another language. Then the last step is to make your book cover you have seven colors to choose from and you have the option to have the hardback cover or paperback version. Then allow it to load 100% and check out! It really is easy to do and I had fun making it as well. My LikeBook was at a $60 value with about a 140 pages and I shared almost every album I had. I feel like it is the end of the year and this book is my Facebook yearbook and I need all my friends to sign it . Over all this is a fun way to capture all those silly or special moments on paper and I really am pleased as to how my book turned out even my husband thought it was really neat and coming from him that is a good thing! 🙂

It is all the buzz and you can read more about it here. Start your Like book today and get 10% off you order by clicking here.

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Here is more information about Likebook:

Likebook … The “Like” that changes everything!

In June 2009, in France, Nicolas Cazagou, the future founder of Likebook, “Liked” comments of the woman who would become his wife, on the Facebook page of a mutual friend.
Over the following months, the social network saw the birth of their history in the form of comments, photos, and discussion.

A year later he wanted to give her a book retracing their encounter on Facebook and realized that no website offered such a service.
He will then invent the concept of the Likebook, a Book that would tell our story, the one we write every day without knowing it, on our Facebook accounts.

In 2010 he created EgoBook, which became Likebook in 2011.
The same year, Patrick Osinski, a specialist in new technologies, joined Likebook.

Today Likebook has 6 employees, 3 printing centers (U.S. and Europe), thousands of books sent anywhere in the world, and we are still the only service to offer complete archiving of your Facebook data…

And you know what? WE LIKE THAT!!!

A price that suits you

The price of your likebook depends on the number of pages and type of cover (hardcover or paperback).
Depending on the date range and content desired, we calculate the price of your book in real-time!

Shipping included!

25 pages To try 50 pages A great gift idea 100 pages The year of an average Facebooker 350 pages Facebook addict 500 pages For my archives
Paperback $12 $26 $41 $94 $124
Hardcover $17 $32 $47 $104 $137

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  1. what a cute and fun idea! It will be a great way to recap the year!

  2. angelia medlin says

    This is freaking awesome! I seriously love this idea. I have always looked back on my facebook entries to see what I said or did, especially around the birth of my child. I love looking at his pictures during that time. This would be a great way to keep these memories fresh and have something to pass on.

  3. Yolanda Flores says

    My entire timeline is on FB for years; this sounds really good to have!

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