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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Mark Zuckerberg’

‘The End of Power’ Enjoys a Big Mark Zuckerberg Bump

As an writer, there probably wasn’t much that was more thrilling than seeing that “Oprah’s Book Club” sticker printed on your book. Of course, a Pulitzer or a National Book Award would be nice – but that Oprah seal of approval meant one thing for sure: people were going to buy the hell out of your book. Could the same …

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Mark Zuckerberg Pulls an Oprah, Launches Facebook Book Club

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has decided on his challenge for the new year, and it involves books. A lot of them. For the past few years, Zuckerberg has made a point to publicly challenge himself to try something new. One year it was speaking Mandarin (which he did) – another year it was wearing a tie every day. One time, …

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Mark Zuckerberg Wants Your Idea For His 2015 Personal Challenge

Each year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg undertakes a personal challenge. Past challenges have included: wearing a tie every day; being a vegetarian (or only eating meat he killed himself); writing a thank you note each day to someone who “made the world better;” meeting one new person who doesn’t work at Facebook each day; and learning to speak Mandarin. Zuck …

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Dislike Button Still Isn’t Happening, but Zuckerberg Is Open to Buttons for ‘Broader Range of Emotions’

As we’ve touched on before, you’re never going to get a true ‘dislike’ button. There are a lot of reasons why you’re never going to get one, despite much of the Facebook-using public clamoring for one for quite some time. For one, you have to realize that the ‘like’ button is not there for you. It wasn’t made for you. …

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Mark Zuckerberg Q&A To Be Streamed

As previously reported, Mark Zuckerberg will soon participate in another live Q&A session. He recently held one, and talked about a variety of headline-making items. The next one will be next week. Facebook previously said this about it: We’ve got a limited amount of free tickets for the next public Q&A with Mark at Facebook in Menlo Park, California on …

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Time: Zuckerberg Irritated By Tim Cook Comments

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who was Time’s Person of the Year in 2010, is on the cover again for the latest issue as he continues his quest to connect the world. Among the topics he discusses in the cover story interview are that mission to get every human online, pay social network Ello, and criticism from Bill Gates (which was …

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Mark Zuckerberg Is Doing Another Q&A

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently held a live Q&A session enabling people and businesses to ask whatever questions they wanted to about Facebook. Among the topics addressed were controversial ones like the company opting to require mobile users to download the Messenger app for chatting and the decline of organic Page post reach. He even talked about the film The …

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Mark Zuckerberg Gets All Sappy and Stuff on Facebook

Earlier this week, Facebook got their priorities straight and launched a new feature called ‘Say Thanks’. The tool lets users create and customize virtual “Thanks you” cards to friends – not really thank you for helping me move cards, but more like thank you for being my bro, bro cards. It’s all really saccharin and shit. Ever the self-promoter, Facebook …

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Mark Zuckerberg Gripes About Social Network Movie

When Facebook Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg stepped into a live Q&A session last week, it’s impossible to know if he expected to be asked about the movie The Social Network. The film hit in 2010; maybe Zuckerberg figured it was old news and wouldn’t come up. But this was Zuckerberg’s first public Q&A and was being streamed live. It …

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Mark Zuckerberg Was Just a Little Hurt by ‘The Social Network’

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently held a Q&A on his own site, fielding questions about a variety of topics including your page’s organic reach problems and his decision to make everyone download an entirely new app to use Messenger. He also talked about that time David Fincher made a big ol’ Oscar-winning movie about him. Basically, he said they made …

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You Had to Download a Standalone Facebook Messenger App Because Tapping One Tab Was Too Hard

If you want to know exactly why you have to have two Facebook apps to do what one Facebook app could do before, well, Mark Zuckerberg is here to tell you. Kind of. Speaking on a live Facebook Q&A, Zuckerberg fielded a question about his decision to unbundle the main Facebook app and split Messenger off to a separate, standalone …

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Mark Zuckerberg Addresses Your Organic Reach Problem

If you have a Facebook Page, you’re no doubt well aware that the organic reach of posts for many pages has dramatically declined over the past year. It’s gotten harder and harder for businesses to reach people in the News Feed with their messages without paying to do so. Has your News Feed visibility been severely impacted by this? Let …

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