Mark Zuckerberg Q&A To Be Streamed

Chris CrumBusiness, Social Media

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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 Dec. 11 at 2PM PT. If you’ll be in the Bay Area and would like a chance to attend this event or future Q&As, please email us at and include your full name and where you live.

Facebook has since given an update on the event, indicating that it will in fact be livestreamed like the last one. Zuckerberg said this in a Facebook post:

I’m hosting our second community Q&A at Facebook HQ on December 11, next Thursday.

This is an opportunity for you to ask me questions, and for me to hear directly from you how we can make Facebook better.

To ask a question, go to the Q&A with Mark page and comment on my post.

To vote for a question, just like that comment.

At our last Q&A, people asked about everything from how News Feed ranking works to why I wear the same shirt every day.

I'll answer questions for about an hour and I'll try to get through as many as possible. We'll livestream the Q&A on the page and I'll post some video highlights later that day.

I'm looking forward to hearing from you!

Zuckerberg talked about organic reach and the great Messenger controversy last time. While he may not have given the most compelling answers, he at least didn't shy away from addressing the uncomfortable questions. He even https://www.webpronews.commark-zuckerberg-gripes-about-social-network-movie-2014-11">talked about how the movie The Social Network made him feel.

He gave people plenty of material with his new Time Magazine cover story for this time around. It will be interesting to see what he talks about.

Image via Facebook

Chris Crum
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