If you're a Facebook user, you probably know that becoming a fan of your favorite brands and retailers can pay off. Once you've "liked" these companies, you might see special offers, sale notices and other insider information that appears only on Facebook. In fact, you might even choose to comment on these updates or share them with your friends.
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