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Facebook has over 1700 Jobs: Here is How to Get a Job at Facebook

Facebook has over 1700 Jobs: Here is How to Get a Job at Facebook

With 2.13 billion monthly active users globally Facebook is the largest country in the world.  Every month more people visit Facebook than are in China or India.  According to Pew Internet over 52% of the entire population of the US uses Facebook every day. Those working at Facebook are working for a very global company.  90% of Facebook users are not even located in the United States. With over 25,000 employees and over 1,700 open jobs the competition is fierce. But What About Declining Time on the Facebook Site? With the recent change in the content shown in user’s newsfeeds and the talk of Social Media addiction Facebook has seen some decline in time spent.  However with revenues of $13 billion dollars per quarter or over $50 Billion Dollars per year, Facebook has plenty of resources to draw from to find ways to improve.  They also employ some of the smartest engineers in the world. Most likely Facebook will find ways to grow their user interactions over time that far surpasses what they have now. What do Facebook Employees Really Think about Facebook? Facebook employees like their jobs and their company. 99% of the employees approve of the CEO and…

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Aaron Swartz, twenty-six year-old founder of Reddit, is dead

Aaron Swartz, twenty-six year-old founder of Reddit, is dead

The world of social media and beyond is today reeling from the shock announcement that the 26-year-old co-founder of Reddit, Aaron Swartz, is dead. There can be few social media managers, community managers and content managers who could have been left unimpressed by Swartz’ achievements and ethical commitments. The success of Reddit was an inspiration to Mark Zuckerberg, but Swartz was also a devoted crusader for freedom of information online. He appears to have committed suicide on Friday in New York City. A stressful trial The troubled young genius may have succumbed to pressure weighing down on him as he faced trial, accused of hacking into the online research group JSTOR and downloading millions of documents. Swartz pleaded not guilty last year but, if convicted, would probably have faced a lengthy jail sentence. It was his lawyer, Elliott R. Peters, who confirmed news of his death in an email to the MIT’s newspaper, The Tech, by saying, “The tragic and heartbreaking information you received is, regrettably, true.” Swartz pursued his fight against internet censorship with enormous devotion and those who supported his aims were hugely supportive of his cause as the trial loomed. An organisation he had helped set up,…

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Mobile advertising agencies must show they take privacy seriously

Industry experts are warning that mobile advertising agencies must clearly demonstrate their commitment to consumer privacy if they are to secure new business. As mobile phones advertising explodes with the burgeoning uptake of smartphones, so people are growing more wary of what happens to their data, a trend that is driving much consumer antipathy toward the routine use of Unique Device Identifiers (UDID) on their gadgets.  They want phones, not trackers. Big Data – opportunities and dangers As we reported recently, mobile gadgets and social networking are jointly creating an unprecedented era of Big Data, which is driving new research into how this information can be used.  Already, it can be deployed to help companies understand their consumers’ needs, to help consumers find the product they’re seeking more easily and even to help government agencies respond more effectively to a crisis. But with massive volumes of data come additional risks to privacy. While it undoubtedly makes sense for Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to place the development of mobile platforms at the top of his brainchild’s priority list, it’s also increasingly making sense for mobile advertising executives to reassure users that their data will be used wisely and judiciously. Top brands like…

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Zuckerberg sets mobile optimization as Facebook’s top priority

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has come out fighting after a three-month silence in which the social networking giant’s share value has tumbled alarmingly. Speaking at the Techcrunch Disrupt conference on Wednesday, Zuckerberg candidly addressed the fraught issue of his company’s faltering efforts to grasp the mobile nettle. A mobile-propelled freefall Recent reports have highlighted the nerve-shredding $157 million loss Facebook suffered since its IPO in May; during the same period, the net worth of the company plunged by $50 billion.  These knuckle-whitening declines are at least in part connected to Facebook’s failure to develop a robust mobile platform – a shortcoming that has cost the company dearly given that 955 million of its users routinely access their Facebook pages through mobile devices. Facebook wants to emulate the spectacular growth rate shown by social news site Reddit, but Zuckerberg is shrewd enough to know that he’s got a lot of convincing and reassuring to do.  Needless to say, every content manager, community manager and social media manager will be intrigued about his views on the way forward with regard to mobile technology. While he didn’t pull any rabbits out of the hat, he didn’t disappoint either, openly stating that Facebook’s top priority…

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