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People in relationships, whether they are married or dating, often fear that something can come between them and their partner: something big and divisive enough to cause the bond between them to sever. Many people divorce or separate because of financial issues, infidelity and because of growing apart from their loved one. Dissolving a relationship [...]
Many people have differing standards when it comes to deciding on who their friends are. Everyone qualifies their friends based on certain conditions. I have friends that I only speak to twice a year and those that know about every detail of my life the second something happens. I have friends from my childhood, work [...]
The numbers are astonishing and somewhat hard to believe. Nearly 42.3% of the entire American population with internet access used Facebook this month alone (this news is just in according to a new report from eMarketer) and most adult Americans with Internet access use Facebook at least once a month. Impossible! Last year, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook saw around 250 million daily users of its 500 million user base (that’s nearly half of the total users; if you apply a little math). Zuckerberg also pointed out that Facebook’s products including Places, Photos, Messages and Groups are features that FB users use more frequently than they use other established services with similar features.
Most Facebook users are aware that it is currently not possible to change the overall layout and design of their Facebook page. Unlike MySpace and other popular social networking sites, Facebook has stayed away from allowing users to customize their pages, preferring to focus instead on creating connections and relationships. Still, many Facebook users are looking for a way to make their pages more personal. Learning a few tips may very well teach you how do you put a layout on Facebook.
FourSquare is a social network that allows you to “check-in” to a location, which then provides a Google Maps location of where you are. You can then share that information with other friends on FourSquare, as well as update your status on Twitter and Facebook. FourSquare Day takes this a step further by having specified location give incentives for consumers to check-into their locations to receive discounts or even free goodies.
According to ComScore, 5.5 percent of all time spent online in the U.S. during the month of November was spent on Facebook, making it the website with the most time spent on it; even more than Google, Yahoo, YouTube and Twitter.
There has been a paradigm shift in internet messaging. Why is Twitter such a hot topic and why is it constantly being searched? Well, in case you didn’t already know, Twitter is the latest in social network messaging and micro-blogging since Instant Messenger. Another evolving and sought after capability of Twitter is its marketing potential which is not possible with Messenger.