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On Friday, Facebook officials announced a new program that will allow users to pay to promote content posted by their friends, but the new service has almost immediately started raising privacy-related red flags amongst members of the media and users of the social network.
Facebook was the target of a “sophisticated attack” by hackers, but there is no evidence any sensitive information belonging to the website’s approximately one billion users was compromised.
According to a new study published this week in the journal PLoS ONE, a student’s GPA is clearly affected by who they choose to hang out with. A social network of students with higher GPAs will influence other students to raise their GPA as well.
Those survey crazy folks over at the Pew Internet and American Life Project are at it again, this time giving us some hard numbers on the current state of social networking in America.
In a non-surprising turn of events, one group doesn't quite like the idea of Facebook using a "Like" button, so much so they are suing the world's largest social network over it.
A 4-step process has been made available to the public for the first time by a California specialist, a veteran of the LTC industry.
FB Ads Lab founder Jennifer Sheahan shares the top three costly mistakes that businesses make on Facebook.
The Real Estate Marketing Insider reveals 5 ways in which realtors can get their social networking presence working for them. San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February
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