Monday, 7 October 2013

How and why Facebook has become so mainstream?


In this advancing era, we all use Facebook day and night. Whether it is updating status or sharing latest photos, Facebook is the major requirement. But, what is the reason behind this. In the pool of social networks, why only Facebook have reached so far? 



Linking Facebook with the re-invention of the wheel, you know the wheel represents zero. Zero means simplicity without any shape. In the same manner, Mark Zuckerberg established Facebook in 2004 with simple design scheme based on blue. It’s easy to use features placed in a simple scheme makes it more appealing. Earlier, Internet was used to send information through hypertext market protocol. Thus, anyone can access information in their own computer. Further, Google came as an emperor of search engines. It was the ideal search experience for all users. 
Therefore, Facebook succeeded because of its simplicity and easy-to-use pattern. The built-in options for messaging and chatting have made Facebook the leader. It took over the functions of the tradition email service providers such as MSN, Yahoo and Google. Also, these providers are fighting back to add Facebook-like functionality but nothing can replace Facebook. Facebook has been accepted by all. Through this, people find old and new friends, start communities, post status, pictures, comments, etc.
Well, Facebook is the basic need of society. Thus, it is something which should be here and can be called as a mainstream. For more from the XpertCrewTM team, please follow us on Twitter @Techvedic or contact Techvedic’s computer support helpdesk, as per below contact-details:
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