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Posted by Anonymous on
6/9/2010 at 11:39 PM ET
A lot of social networking sites are sprouting and each one of them are competing for members. Each has its own qualities. But the most popular, I think, is Facebook. It has become a hype of sort, sharing information, photos and videos. It's really like a virus, how news spreads fast. Facebook have been so in demand that it has become a good marketing network for businesses. I have posted questions about creating a fan page before. Aside from fan pages, what other ways could I make use of the Facebook to promote my business.
6/22/2010 at 12:21 PM
Facebook is the leading social media that marketers now use in order to promote their businesses. Why facebook is so popular, because it offers customized applications for marketers and allowed businesses to make their own business page and promote it through facebook.
I have read the article titled 'How to use Facebook in the best way' and found this very helpful and informative......by studying this article you better know facebook marketing.
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