Facebook Sharing & Engagement Is Not Free Anymore

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/03/03/disruptions-when-sharing-on-facebook-comes-at-a-cost/

Nick Bilton wrote an article on NYT Bits how Facebook engagement dropped, and works only when you pay. It’s a shame. I also have same kind of result. And I also did test. Without paying it’s not possible even to reach to your 1% user, who are already subscribed, or liked your page. It’s not unintentional algorithm issue, its Facebook’s business approach. So Facebook sharing is not as free as it were year ago.

Twitter 101 to 499: Get Followers Plus Earn $100 a Day

As i am getting more & more reputed in DP, i get chance for reviewing lots products, ebooks, scripts, reports. There are lots copy cat type, but some time i really come with good one. 2 days back i was reading such a good book. Its by TwitterEarning.com. He is a twitter pro hero.


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How To Play Texas Hold ‘Em Poker in Facebook

All of My Friends going crazy recently about playing Poker online. I was not much of a Poker Player. But watching others interest specially Faiyaz, Mamun, Antu i decided to give it a try.  I could play normal poker, but here i see its not basic poker they are playing. Its Texas Hold ‘Em. Here is a basic guide line with introduction of Texas Hold ‘Em with video instructing and detail illustration.



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Facebook User Alert: A Virus As Friend

Facebook is the most common social network. It has alexa rank 5-8. Its internationally Great Hit now. In my country its in pick now. Today i see a shocking news. Read Below and Be careful.

Attention new viewers: those 5000 “friends” you have on Facebook? They might not actually be your friends. In fact, some of them might be scammers trying to infect your computer with a new virus dubbed “Koobface”. Koobface, which already made the rounds on MySpace, is now worming its way through Facebook. The Koobface virus uses Facebook’s private messaging system to infect computers via a shared video. Unsuspecting users will see a video link (shared by an infected friend) with the message, “You look just awesome in this new movie.” Click the link will lead you to an outside site where you’re told that you need to download a Flash update, which is actually a virus file. Once the virus is installed, it will try to grab sensitive data off your PC, like credit card numbers.

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