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Facebook charges users for prominent posts

Auckland : New Zealand | May 14, 2012 at 1:20 AM PDT
Source: Independent
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Monday May 14 2012 Facebook has started testing a system of charging users to promote their own posts. The pay to promote' system is being trialled in New Zealand, and allows users to make the posts they make on the social network more conspicuous to their friends on the site. FULL ARTICLE AT Independent
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