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Facebook goes over 500 million users

Category : Facebook

Social Media Dudes points us to a story at Mashable about Facebook path to 500 million users and the growth is pretty stunning:

Facebook reached 400 million users five months ago. This time last year, it had just reached 200 million, and eight months before that it was at just 100 million. The site launched in February of 2004, and has since become the most popular social site on the web.

There is a very large audience on Facebook and the platform gives you the the ability to target users by their likes, interests, groups and more. It’s an extremely powerful tool in the social media arsenal that has become a staple

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