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Five Reasons NOT To Buy Likes

So you may have seen many websites offering these services. Only $30 bucks for 1000 likes? Promising to make your business look more established and offering “real” likes. What does it really do for your Facebook business page other then boosting a number? More harm then good and it is actually bad for business! 1…. Read More »

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PayPal’s President Joins Facebook

On Monday, Facebook announced that it had hired David Marcus, the president of eBay’s PayPal division and a former entrepreneur to lead the expansion of its messaging products — and eventually, to figure out how to make money from them. The hire is a major Silicon Valley executive defection and underscores how Facebook is bolstering… Read More »

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Facebook’s New “Ask” Button for Relationship Status

Facebook has reportedly added ‘ask’ feature which allows users to question each other whether they are single or not. The Ask button shows up when you navigate to a profile and the person doesn’t have a relationship status or their privacy settings restrict who can view her relationship status. With one click and a quick… Read More »

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Facebook CEO Zuckerberg phoned Obama to complain about spying

Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg blasted the U.S. government’s electronic surveillance practices on Thursday, saying he’d personally called President Barack Obama to voice his displeasure. “When our engineers work tirelessly to improve security, we imagine we’re protecting you against criminals, not our own government,” Zuckerberg said in a post on his personal Facebook page…. Read More »

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Facebook to Buy Drone Company Titan Aerospace for $60 Million

he next step on Facebook’s path to Internet-connecting the entire globe is a high-tech one: buying up drones. Facebook is slated to buy New Mexico-based drone maker Titan Aerospace for about $60 million, a source confirmed to CNBC on Tuesday. The blog TechCrunch first reported the news of a possible Facebook-Titan deal. Facebook is supposedly… Read More »

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Facebook quietly ends email address system

Facebook has quietly shuttered its three-year-old email service that gave users “@facebook.com” email addresses. From now on, emails sent to an “@facebook.com” address will be forwarded to the personal email address from which the member signed up for the site. “We’re making this change because most people haven’t been using their Facebook email address,” said… Read More »

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WhatsApp messaging app, back up after outage

WhatsApp, the rapidly expanding mobile messaging app, suffered an outage for more than three hours on Saturday, frustrating users just days after its acquisition by Facebook for $19 billion. “WhatsApp service has been restored. We are so sorry for the downtime…,” WhatsApp tweeted to its more than 1 million Twitter followers on Saturday around 5:48… Read More »

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Facebook to Buy Messaging App WhatsApp for $19 Billion

  In what is being termed as the biggest internet acquisition in more than a decade, Facebook Inc. (FB), the world’s largest social network, has agreed to buy the fast-growing mobile-messaging startup WhatsApp for as much as $19 billion in cash and stock. The deal includes $12 billion in stock, $4 billion in cash and… Read More »

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Facebook Sets Expiration Date for Controversial Ad Feature

Come early spring and Facebook will shut down a controversial ad feature that got the company in legal trouble over privacy. In a message posted in the company’s forum for developers, the social network said that it would sunset the ad program, known as Sponsored Stories, on April 9. For users who don’t want their… Read More »

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Facebook develops ‘sympathise’ button

Facebook has devised a “sympathise” button as an alternative to the “like” button for use in certain situations. If a user selected a negative emotion from Facebook’s list of feelings in a status update then the “like” button would change to “sympathise”. A Facebook engineer said at a company event that the button had been… Read More »

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