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      • Facebook is a web-based community to connect family, friends, co-workers, students, and strangers all on one network. Facebook also provides the users with applications to use on the social-network for advancement of pleasure, leisure, business, marketing, and plain old Keep-In-Touch.
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      • Owner: Mark Zuckerberg
      • Age: 23
      • Occupation: Student at Harvard
      • Mission Statement: "Facebook's mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected."
      • Target Marketing: High school/ College students/ Adults who are trying to expand their business
      • Business & Funding:
        • Initial funding=$500,000 from Peter Theil, co-founder of PayPal
        • $13 million from Accel Partners
        • $25 million from Greylock Partners
  • 4.
      • Allows users to connect or re-connect with new and old friends
      • Accessible to numerous high school and colleges around the country with high security
      • Can be almost used as a dating service system
      • Makes it easier to find people with the similar likes and dislikes as you through groups and such
      • Takes the pressure off of trying to get to know someone in person
  • 5.
      • People are able to invade other’s privacy easily
      • Misleading information
      • Stalking or harassing is possible
      • Facebook can be addictive and is a big factor in procrastination
      • Starts drama
  • 6.
      • No charge for posting adds
      • Affiliate marketing-conduct traffic towards your website
      • Generate income through affiliate marketing
      • Bigger network on ‘FB’ equals more jobs
      • Outsourcing internal resources
      • Distributing different ideas to wide variety of audiences
  • 7. The top 3 social networking sites are Twitter, Facebook, and Myspace. Each site brings in about more than 50 million monthly visitors.
  • 8. Site Analytics. Compete, Inc. (Sept. 2009). Web. 19 Oct. 2009. http://siteanalytics.compete.com/facebook.com+twitter.com+myspace.com/# Hurd, Barry. (2009, August). Teens Tweet Today…beware media madness. 123 Social Media. Retrieved October 19, 2009, from http://123socialmedia.com/index.php?s=teen+tweet+today Yadav, Sid. (2006, August). Facebook - The complete biography. Marshable: The social media guide. Retrieved October 19, 2009, from http://mashable.com/2006/08/25/facebook-profile/ Reagan, Gillian. (July, 2009) . The Evolution of Facebook’s Mission Statement. The New York Observer. Retrieved October 19, 2009, from http://www.observer.com/2009/media/evolution-facebooks-mission-statement

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