10 Awesome and Inspiring Articles about Facebook: Which one you haven’t read?

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As I was browsing the World Wide Web about helpful information regarding Facebook, there were nine articles captured my attention and kept me reading until each of them overwhelmed me with their tips, guides and surprising information – all about Facebook. Let’s start it on its biography until on the advice for us to stop.

The Facebook Years: Everything You Need to Know About Facebook

“Is there anyone on the planet who is not familiar with Facebook? I don’t claim to be an expert, but I’ve known about Facebook since its inception when, at that time, I was totally anti-Facebook. I was determined not to join another social networking site. However like so many after the Virginia Tech tragedy, Facebook continued to be more and more in the news and I began paying more attention to Facebook.”

4 Lessons from Billionaire College Entrepreneurs

“This is the most basic of advice for starting a business; either find something that doesn’t exist but would improve the lives of those around you, or find an already available product and make it better and cheaper. Mark Zuckerberg is probably the most famous and richest 26-year old on the planet right now, and he did exactly this when creating Facebook.”

11 Business Benefits of Using Facebook Applications

“With the amount of existing and new applications that are being created on Facebook, business owners have an opportunity to use Facebook to promote their brand even further. … It may not be the tool or medium that many would first think of to promote their brand, but judging by the surging popularity, Facebook is not that bad of a place to create awareness of your brand.”

Facebook Pros and Cons – The Benefits of Facebook Versus Its Downsides in Advertising

“There is a problem with Facebook, in that people don’t go there to shop, they go to there to… well hang out. This does not mean that you cannot successfully market to them, but rather, you must learn new marketing techniques useful for capturing the attention of Facebook users.”

Ultimate Facebook Guide: How To, Tips, Tricks, Etiquette

“Some people are very cautious about posting their picture online and others are very particular about what images they want to show of themselves. Regardless if it’s just vanity issues or fears of identity theft, you should respect their privacy and ask them for permission prior to posting an image in which they are included. Otherwise you run the risk of getting a nasty phone call from a disgruntled friend.”

12 Ways to Use Facebook Professionally

“Facebook has to be the most talked about, and the most misunderstood, web service/platform right now. If you haven’t gotten drawn in by the hype, it may surprise you to learn that many people have already found Facebook to be an essential addition to their web working toolbox. Why? Because the Facebook social networking experience can be precisely what you want to make of it. Think of Facebook as a professional tool, and that’s what it is. It doesn’t matter how millions of high school and college students are using Facebook to get out of doing homework. You can make it into whatever you want, even your own personal media broadcasting channel.”

32 Ways to Use Facebook for Business

“Facebook’s not just for keeping tabs on friends and filling out quizzes — it can also be used as a highly effective business tool. It’s great for marketing your products, landing gigs and connecting with your customers.”

6 Things You Should Never Reveal on Facebook

“But there are a handful of personal details that you should never say if you don’t want criminals — cyber or otherwise — to rob you blind, according to Beth Givens, executive director of the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse.”

Facebook problems: Has Facebook caused you a relationship problem?

“Getting to grips with Facebook problems can help you feel more in control at a time when you may be thinking that you ‘have lost the plot’.  I will help you understand and do something about it.”

7 Things to Stop Doing Now on Facebook

“It’s an ideal target for identity thieves, who could use it to obtain more information about you and potentially gain access to your bank or credit card account.” .

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