I'm just trying to find out who liked or shared my article on facebook and wondered if there is a way to track this? Thanks
You should see a list already there of people who liked your page on the side with their avatar & name
Kelley, were you asking who has "liked" your article at the top right of your hub?
If so, there is no way to tell, unless they are on your friends list.
You can check the likes under the hub headline. As for shared article count, there was one script to check number of times domain name has shared count on facebook, I'll digg it up and will post here later.
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