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I have a public post on FB, with 10 combined likes from random people. On my blog, I want to have FB Like button, that will display these 10 likes of the post on FB, and if clicked, will add a like direclty on FB post.

I found that Facebook provides Like Button social plugin, but it doesn't work that way.. or I am doing it wrong. When I put a permalink of the post in Like Button social plugin URL field, it seems that it ignores the fact that it's a post on FB, and creates new empty Like counter, as if it was a random page on web.

Any ideas?


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