Thursday, June 12, 2014

Facebook Likes are Key For Business

The social media site Facebook was founded at the very start of 2004 by Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg - with fellow Harvard students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. (I have to admit Zuckerberg is the only one of the four I've ever heard of.)

Originally, Facebook was to be used only by students of  Harvard. But of course it was extremely popular and was soon expanded so that it could be used by all the Ivy League colleges.Now, ten years on, it's available world-wide.

I've been doing some research on how businesses can buy Facebook shares online, because Facebook shares are so important when you're trying to get your business noticed by Facebook users. By Facebook shares I'm not talking about shares on the stockmarket, of course, but actual "shares" by users.

If you are a business and want to learn more about how you can buy Facebook shares online, check out

It's an interesting site and you can learn all about the ways you can use Facebook for business.

Media continues to drive American morals into the dirt

The latest example is the latest TV movie, Jane the Virgin, in which a young devout woman is accidentally artificially inseminated.

And the reaction from some old woman "What's growing inside you will make you very happy."  (I paraphrase, can't remember quite what she says.)

There's a TV series called Playing House or something, where a woman gets pregnant, dumps her boyfriend, and moves in with another woman - although they apparently aren't lesbians..

But what are these TV shows and crap showing young women today  - who already are exposed to probably a third of their class getting pregnant every year - oh, you don't need a man, there's no need for a male presence in the household, there's no need for a man at all.

We already know how important it is for young men to have a *positive* male presence, a man in the house who fulfills his responsbilities, etc, and these shows just make things worse.