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Facebook Message CEO Mark Zuckerberg for Just $100

Time and time again the rumors about Facebook charging its users for service come up on my news feed. These have been outed as false each time, but that doesn't mean Facebook isn't looking at other revenue streams to cash in on it' social media platform.

Last year, Facebook began 'Facebook Gifts' where you can buy real world gifts for your online friends and also began allowing businesses and users to pay to promote a post for it to be more visibile to others. Now, they are testing out a new pay to message feature. The first test subjects are the Corporate Facebook team, including CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

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The big winners-and losers-in tech for 2012
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Technology 2012 Winners and Losers Include Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and More

As we get ready to ring in the new year, we look back at who won, and lost big-time in 2012.   Where did Facebook land?  Groupon? Ever heard of LinkedIn?  You will.

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Facebook Reaches One Billion Users-WOW!

You know what's cool? One billion users.

OK, now that that's out of the way, lets discuss the big Facebook news, which is that the social network  recently topped one billion users. This amounts to about 15% of the world's population.

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Facebook initial investors now eligible to sell stock
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Facebook Stock Drops Below $20 Per Share – Major Investors Bailing?

Facebook has turned out to be not the investment business leaders once thought.

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Millions of Facebook Users are Fake
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83 Million Facebook Users Ruled Fake As Stock Falls Below $20 [POLL]

Facebook's shaky stock prices dipped below $20 a share Thursday after the world's largest social network released a report admitting 8.7 percent of its users are fake.

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Are You Suffering From ‘Facebook Fatigue?’ — Survey of the Day

Facebook’s cratering stock price is far from the social network’s only problem these days. They are also dealing with a customer base, which is getting increasingly bored with its service.

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Now Playing on YouTube And Facebook: Kill Rush Limbaugh Song by Detente

The fallout continues over Rush Limbaugh's "comments" about Ms. Fluke.

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Do You Have a Smartphone? — Survey of the Day

Whether they realize it or not, the majority of Americans now own smartphones.

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Twitter Is Selling Your Tweets and You Don’t Get a Dime

You may not be able to search for your own Tweets on Twitter after a week, but a marketing research company in the UK can now search all the Tweets Tweeted since January of 2010. This is possible because Twitter just sold Datasift the right to sort through them.

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Blogging? Tweeting? Facebooking? Homeland Security Is Watching You

What you say, especially if you're a journalist, could wind up in the files of the Department of Homeland Security.

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