Seamless messaging with Facebook - Technology tips

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Seamless messaging with Facebook

Facebook is fastest growing social networking site in the world, and additionally it took the least time to reach 50 million of audience – internet has taken 4 years to reach 50 million audience and Facebook took 2 years to reach 50 million of audience.

Technically if you find a friend on Facebook and try to send message so that message will probably go into others folder as per Facebook spam filter policy,
Facebook  has been testing a feature that  looks quite interesting to send message to anyone’s inbox, now strangers can send message to Zuck – yes ,  this time your message will be seen by ceo of Facebook  and message will be dropped in his inbox folder.

If you want to approach any company’s ceo for job or any famous personality so you can approach them just send them a message straight to their inbox but there is cost involve in this practice.

This sounds excellent if you are looking for a job or you have seen some speaker in a giant technology event or you want to engage IBM ceo somehow so you can send a message using this feature but there is a cost you need to pay for this activity – and that message will be dropped in their inbox folder and you can communicate directly with them but cost may be vary as per Facebook profile but we are sure it’s starting from $1.


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