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HISTORY
OFFacebook actually started out in theory on October 23, 2003 when Zuckerberg
launched Facemash.com. Facemash allo...
What is Facebook all about?
 Facebook is a popular free social networking website that
allows registered users to create ...
Features of
1.Facebook Live Video (for all)
Usage of these apps remains low, which may give Facebook Live Video an
opportu...
3. Instant Articles
Comparable services: Apple News, Snapchat
In May of this year, Facebook introduced Instant Articles fo...
PRO’S
•It’s easy! Setting up a profile is a smooth process, and the relatively uncluttered UI of the
site is easy to navig...
Cons
 Cons:
Privacy is a major concern for most Facebook users, and it’s really important to understand the site’s
privac...
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  1. 1. HISTORY OFFacebook actually started out in theory on October 23, 2003 when Zuckerberg launched Facemash.com. Facemash allowed visitors (basically his Harvard classmates) to compare two student pictures side-by-side to let them decide who was "hot" and who was "not". Mark was able to populate the site with student pictures by hacking into Harvard's database. However, days later outraged students demanded Zuckerberg shut down the site. But one thing was clear, people like to go on the Internet and check out pictures of their friends for Facebook's domination continued to grow until it became the 2nd most visited web property online. After their launch the buzz about Facebook grew and eventually they got discovered by Sean Parker (the former co-founder of Napster) who began to advise informally. By June 2004, Facebook received it's first private investment from Peter Theil, the founder of PayPal, for $500,000 in exchange for 10.2% of the company. Sean Parker also became president then of the newly incorporated Facebook. They continually rolled Facebook out across college campuses and by December 30, 2004 over one million members were registered
  2. 2. What is Facebook all about?  Facebook is a popular free social networking website that allows registered users to create profiles, upload photos and video, send messages and keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues  Facebook offers a range of privacy options to its members. A member can make all his communications visible to everyone, he can block specific connections or he can keep all his communications private. Members can choose whether or not to be searchable, decide which parts of their profile are public, decide what not to put in their news feed and determine exactly who can see their posts
  3. 3. Features of 1.Facebook Live Video (for all) Usage of these apps remains low, which may give Facebook Live Video an opportunity to become the go-to live-streaming app rather quickly. No additional app is needed to use this feature: the Live Video content prompt is located in the normal “Update Status” prompt in the mobile app. 2.Facebook Shopping Tab Comparable services: Google Shopping, (if scaled up) Amazon Marketplace Back in July, Facebook added a “buy” button and allowed e-commerce partners to sell products on Facebook through Shopify. Even though the results of social shopping were disappointing for Facebook this year (as well as for Pinterest and Twitter), Facebook appears poised to expand their e-commerce offerings in 2016. Facebook has begun to roll out a shopping tab to a small number of users, with paid results similar to Google’s shopping tab
  4. 4. 3. Instant Articles Comparable services: Apple News, Snapchat In May of this year, Facebook introduced Instant Articles for iOS, a feature that allows publishers to have their content distributed and viewed directly within the Facebook app. Just recently, Instant Articles was expanded to Android devices as well. A feature designed to mimic Snapchat’s agile, unique content (provided through publishing partners), Instant Articles can be viewed in nearly all mobile devices with great reach than Snapchat or the similar Apple News app. 4. Facebook Professional Services If you haven’t noticed, Facebook actively prompts you to review the places you’ve been. If you check in at or tag a location, odds are Facebook will ask you to elaborate about your experience…and (of course) this is purposeful. Facebook wants to be a recommendation engine. Mark Zuckerberg alluded to this right before he rolled out the first iteration of Google Search suggesting that a Facebook user could search for a sushi restaurant and get inferred recommendations from their contacts. Now it seems that the personalized recommendation may be generalized for a more Yelp- like experience. Facebook Professional Services recently did a soft-launch and the resulting product is currently more akin to Google reviews than to the robust reviewing community of Yelp. 5. Facebook Graph Search In January of 2013, Facebook introduced Graph Search to help users find out more about what they're looking for based on their friends and connections. This feature lets you search through data shared by friends to discover new people and interests, restaurants, music and much more. This is the first major step Facebook has taken towards competing with Google in search, and they have a wealth of our social data that can be explored
  5. 5. PRO’S •It’s easy! Setting up a profile is a smooth process, and the relatively uncluttered UI of the site is easy to navigate and use. It’s free and all you need is an internet connection and any device that can connect to the internet, mobile phones included. •Beyond boundaries: Facebook transcends all physical boundaries, and lets your kids connect with far away friends and distant family. Your kids can easily be informed about what goes in the lives of people who are physically distant. •Your child decides who to share with. Your child can choose who they would like to share their status updates, photos or check-ins with. •A place to share thoughts, causes and ideas. Your child can interact with kids with similar interests and ideas across the globe. They can join groups and support fan pages, and find out what other kids are interested in. •Enhances social skills. Facebook allows kids to keep up with current friends and make new ones. When used in the right way, social media can increase a child’s self-esteem and help them feel less isolated, as if they belong to a group. Facebook also allows those who are shy or have trouble making friends to socialize more easily. And let’s face it – everybody’s on it…. •It’s educational! A majority of tweens and teens use social networking to discuss school work and share discussions about school assignments
  6. 6. Cons  Cons: Privacy is a major concern for most Facebook users, and it’s really important to understand the site’s privacy settings and set them accordingly. And even though a lot has been done to improve the site's security, it can still be confusing. As a result, hackers can have access to- and misuse- personal information. •Time consuming Facebook is a real time guzzler – your kid could be playing outdoors, doing homework or doing other more meaningful things. •Freedom of expression? Other kids (or even your own for that matter) on Facebook could misuse that freedom and post offensive or inappropriate content, which your kids will see! And this leads us to the next point: •Kids can be mean:cyberbullying can be a real problem. There are even some documented cases of kids who committed suicide after being bullied on social networks! •Things aren't always what they seem There are many fake Facebook accounts, information that is misrepresented – your child could be exposed to these. •It’s addictive! Besides all the social features there are games on Facebook that can be very addictive. Did anyone mention Farmville? •Whose image is it anyway? Once your child uploads an image to Facebook, it becomes public and anyone can download and misuse that image. •Its anti-social? For your kids online interaction could become a replacement for face-to-face meetings. This can hurt social development and isolate your kids. •It can hurt their future: kids can post regrettable information or photos that will be discovered by college admissions or potential employers in the future. Once information goes online, it never goes away

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