The First 10 Facebook Employees and Where They Are Today

For a company that currently employs more than 3,500 people, Facebook had some pretty humble beginnings. A handful of college friends were basically behind the founding of the wildly popular social networking site. While most people think of Mark Zuckerberg when the topic of Facebook comes up, the truth is that many other people were…

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Facebook’s IPO: What went wrong & what does it mean?

Earlier this year, Facebook made its long awaited Initial Public Offering (IPO). However, Facebook’s much anticipated move into the public business world went from setting the internet ablaze to having some call it a “complete disaster”. Not long after, many companies decided to abandon dreams of their own IPO (and the big pay-day that accompanies…

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The Real Way to Get Facebook Fans (And Grow Your Business)

Money Can Buy You (Facebook) Friends, But Can It Buy You Customers? As seen first on AllFacebook.com. Of the many avenues to advertise online, Facebook is one surefire way to get your brand out to a growing public and get people talking. From corporations to personal brands, Facebook presents pages as a way for people to discuss their…

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5 Steps to Effectively Advertising on Facebook

As first seen on business2community.com. When I started my first business online, trainbaseball.com, I didn’t even know how to start a webpage. Instead, I created a fan page on Facebook. One year later, I had attracted over 140,000 fans, collected over 70,000 email addresses, and generated $1.2 million in sales. Interested yet? Keep reading, and I’ll…

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How to Find Profit In Your Facebook Fan Page

As first seen on SocialMediaToday.com. Social media has revolutionized marketing in a short amount of time. One key ingredient to successful marketing of your product or brand is maximizing your potential profits from social media outlets. Many business owners get caught up in the mechanisms of social media and forget that it can, and should, be…

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