Facebook Business Model Exposed

Facebook Business Model Exposed Avatar Posted by LarryWildman under Strategy
From http://antiventurecapital.com 636 days ago
Made Hot by: LadySophy on December 23, 2012 10:15 pm
Mark Zuckerberg has one basic growth strategy that he recycles over and over and it’s worked marvelously well so far.

The latest news about National Geographic dropping Instagram just rams this point home about the Facebook business model. If you ever wondered why Facebook acquired the company now you know. The cat is out of the bag. The plan all along was to take your photos for free and resell them.

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Written by lyceum
633 days ago

Herby: Good to hear! For your information: my name is Martin Lindeskog, not "Larry Wildman"! ;)



Written by LarryWildman
632 days ago

Me too.



Written by lyceum
633 days ago

Herby: Please read the news. Instagram has gone back to its original policy. My question to the author is: please point out Facebook's business model. And why it is so called "exposed"...



Written by Herby
633 days ago

Will do, thanks for sharing Larry good talk :)



Written by Herby
633 days ago

Wow. just unbelievable, National Geographic really did drop Instagram. I guess now I am glad I never join the Instagram movement. Thanks for the info.



Written by lyceum
633 days ago

Herby: Why are you glad over that? Instagram is a great app for amateur photographers and it spreads images in a great way?



Written by lyceum
633 days ago

Larry Wildman, What do you say about this statement from the article?

"Facebook is the Internet version of the TSA. It’s an entity without any respect for its users and only committed to metastasizing across the world like a cancer."

Do you think this is a true statement?



Written by Herby
633 days ago

Larry: Honestly, I've never really use it so I don't much about it. But I am sure you're right. Iam just afraid that this new policy might wreck its beauty.



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