CNBC reported today that it may cost you $100 to send Mark Zuckerberg a private message on Facebook. We’ll look a little closer at the story.
Facebook apps aren’t as popular as they used to be, because many seem to add more headache than enjoyment to the social network. One type of app seems to be the most “spammy” of them all, and probably the most pointless: Facebook Birthday apps.
A photo shared online shows Lindsay Lohan’s mugshot with a square superimposed on her face. Users are encouraged to comment with the number 1 to see what happens next.
Did you or someone you know post a notice on Facebook so that you will stay “privately connected” with your friends? You may want to retract that post!
Did you receive an email from Facebook telling you that your account has been blocked due to suspicious activity, with a link to reactivate your account? It’s not from Facebook and you shouldn’t click the link!
It’s not uncommon to see a photo being circulated on Facebook with a caption that reads something like, “1 like = 1 prayer, 1 share = 10 prayers.” Is this done with good intentions or is something else going on here?
Are you trying to figure out how to stop ReverbNation from posting every song play to your personal Facebook profile? This option seems very elusive ever since ReverbNation’s 2012 redesign. Here’s how to do it:
A long-time rumor is making its rounds yet again. In this hoax we are told that Facebook is overwhelmed with its massive user base, including a large number of inactive accounts, and that re-posting a message is the only way to ensure you won’t get your account deleted.