The One Page Facebook Guide

Facebook was founded in 2004 with the mission to make the world more open and connected. At present Facebook is the world's leading social network with over 800 million users and still continuing to grow! This global phenomenon has initiated change by integrating news, music, photos, videos and all kinds of media from all over the world. Discover how you can make a change on this network. has put together a beginners guide on Facebook "All You Need To Know About Facebook on One Page".

This guide takes you through the life stages of Facebook which pays tribute to the Facebook Timeline layout. The user is taken through five key steps which are essential to use Facebook to it's full potential.

You can download this one page guide in this PDS

Ever wondered what happens to your Facebook account when you die? Take a look at the What Happens Online When You Die blogazine to get a clear understanding on the digital death policy of Facebook and other social media services.

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