Is the Future of Facebook Bright?

“In reality, we wouldn’t share your information in a way you wouldn’t want … The trust you place in us as a safe place to share information is the most important part of what makes Facebook work.” – Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Elliot Zuckerberg is the founder of Facebook. He is a Harvard dropout. He created facebook by investing his time through his passion towards technology. Currently Facebook is well known globally as a social networking site. Most of the people use Facebook because of multiple benefits and features it provides to users. Here are the few of them.

• Users have to login by having an account from another sites to get protected from hackers.
• Users connect with all. They can chat, write status, post comments and upload photos and videos. They can tag the photos to friends to share their view.
• Users get notification which means they get comments from other users about photos and status.
• Users can create groups to promote themselves and share several things.
• It contains privacy and account settings to change password, id and to edit profiles.
• With profiles friends get know favorites in music, books, quotes, movies and many more.
• Users can get entertainment and education – edutainment through apps.
• It contains news feed, in which users go through the recent posts of their friends.

Facebook is the best social networking site and the fastest growing one in the world. As everything has certain demerits it has one – that is people spend lot of time with this social networking site and getting lost in a different world. The competitors for this are Google, Yahoo and twitter. Despite stiff competition Facebook has grown with huge user base through constant innovation and is set to take on the world.

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