Article Highlight: What Does It Mean to Poke Someone on Facebook?
If you've spent any length of time on Facebook, you may have been "poked" by someone, or you may have wondered what it means to give someone else a poke. A poke is a small application on Facebook that is included with every account. On your homepage,… continue reading »
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Do you Facebook? If not, do you want to but are afraid to try? Don't let this rapidly growing social network (originally designed specifically for young adults) scare you. Facebook isn't only for college kids anymore -- any adult with a valid e-mail address can create a profile there.
A Little History
Facebook hit the Internet in 2004 and was originally designed for college and high school students to connect with one another online. Within a few years, it opened its doors so that anyone with a valid e-mail account could join its network. Today, millions use Facebook for business and pleasure.
Sure, you have many options when it comes to choosing an online social network. Members choose Facebook because it's easy to maneuver and to locate friends. For business people, Facebook provides useful tools such as Fan Pages that provide methods for communicating with customers in an informal setting.
At LoveToKnow Social Networking, we will show you all of the ins and outs of Facebook, and then let you make the ultimate decision as to which social network to choose. What you can learn about Facebook includes:
- Signing in to the network and into your profile
- Being safe at Facebook while still having fun
- Learning all about the Facebook logo
- Finding the best proxy sites
Facebook offers something for everyone. Whether you're seeking old friends or trying to make new ones, connect with people on Facebook. Share links and photos with colleagues and friends. Play a few games and build a farm, town or mafia empire. It's all available on Facebook.