Facebook is an online social network service, that was founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg and his Harvard University roommate Eduardo Saverin. It was origin131204130551-facebook-password-620xaally made for Ivy-leauge student to connect but then later turned into the 21st largest social network. I liked their animated video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HgdRmjzaC4 they added it was nice to see it animated.

I like what Nina said about being a great platform for businesses, because you can rearrange the profile to appear neater and more organized that way if someone posts something that’s not necessarily good you can place it at the bottom of your comments and really good comments at the top. This differs from the regular or more popular version where the layout is more personal. The follow feature is good because you can still follow a person that has denied your friend request, if their profile is public. This way you don’t have to commit to being friends you can just have followers.

I really like that Rebecca mentioned being transparent especially for journalist because it’s important for your friends/followers have easy access to your profile and your content. This leads me into what I want to talk about next which Rebecca mentions too and that is keep it professional! Make sure the content is reputable and you have the proper attributes. This will make your community trust you and allows for interactivity. But it’s important to know your audience, you won’t have many followers if what you’re saying isn’t relevant to what they want to hear.

Most importantly be organic, the most successful posts are the ones that are unique and show your post through unpaid distribution.