Social Media Networking - The Facebook Explosion

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Freak out – Move Out – Chill out & Shut Up

Hey Guys! Are you really interested in going wild with your global peer?

Or, you want an accelerated growth in your professional life?

You might even think of tapping the inner peace within you in the spiritual realm. Indeed, your passion and fashion might not be compatible with your profession yet there is an infinite opportunity for building a massive pool of social importance. Social media networking is no doubt in hype like never before. Basically, in the gizmo freak era of the 21st century, we are in the global suspension of information, news and events all around.

As Facebook celebrates its 6th birthday with a phenomenal traffic milestone of 400 million users, CEO Mark Zuckerberg was at his peak at the Facebook HQ. Users and visitors are promised to fly high in the cool airs of birthday delights all around. The upcoming features of the website incepted by this social media marketing giant are going to be outstanding in the recent days to come.

Zuckerberg has already come up with important announcements which indirect promises users to avail of the simpler yet effective set of privacy controls to be brought within next few weeks. We have had enough of the privacy snafus and it’s time to settle down. An all-night Hackathon coding session was to follow the historical event in the life of Facebook.

On the verge of this mega event, we tend to go down the memory lane to track the inception of social media networking through the WWW. In fact, on the fundamental aspect, we would really feel glad to find a device that can comply with so many of our human needs. Thanks to all of those people who have worked and are still working behind the scenes to harness a complete package of life package in sync with the cross dimensional aspects of our life.

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