Monday, July 14, 2014
Is FaceBook a Scam? Is FaceBook a Fraud? Watch these two videos and see what you think about the way FaceBook presents information to you. See what you think about the Ads on FaceBook. See what you think about who is seeing your FaceBook posts.
Here is the definition of Scam: a confidence game or other fraudulent scheme, especially for making a quick profit; swindle. (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/scam) Here is the definition of Fraud: deceit, trickery, sharp practice, or breach of confidence, perpetrated for profit or to gain some unfair or dishonest advantage. (dictionary.reference.com/browse/fraud) Do you have confidence that when you "Friend" someone on FaceBook you will see everything they post? Do you have confidence that when you post something on FaceBook that all of your Friends would see it when they visit FaceBook.com even if they have to scroll quite a while to get to it?
Maybe your FaceBook experience would be horrible if you had to wade through every single thing that every single friend shared. Maybe FaceBook is doing you a service by trying to organize your news feed. Maybe you should be happy to be receiving the services of FaceBook free of charge! Of course, often when you get something free, you are subjected to Advertising. That seems fair. But doesn't it seem like the number of ads on FaceBook is increasing?
How does FaceBook work? How can you get more Likes? How can you get more Friends? What happens to engagement when you get more Friends? What do you have to do to get your FaceBook posts noticed? Watch these two videos and perhaps you will discover the answers to these questions.
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