Facebook Considers Letting Users Pay Money To Message People They Don’t Know
UPDATE:Business Insider reports that Facebook will charge just $1 for each message sent,
which means that my Facebook page will be loaded with press releases
for important new SIP trunking solutions within seconds if this new
policy goes into effect.
YAHOO.COM - Watch out, Facebook (FB): Your reputation for shadiness could soon approach MySpace levels. The Verge reports that Facebook
is now testing out a new system in which "people will pay to get in
touch with those they aren't Facebook friends with." In other words, the
creepy guy that keeps trying to "friend" you on Facebook could soon be
able to pay an as-yet-undetermined amount of money and get to send
messages directly to your inbox.
The Verge says that Facebook may be considering this new option as both a monetization tool and as a way to reduce spam
by erecting a monetary barrier for people who send out notices about
Viagra and Rolex watches through the social networking platform.
other hand, it could also open the door for enterprising public
relations firms to send tech bloggers unwanted messages about their
exciting NoSQL database solutions, so there's definitely the potential
for a major backlash here.
Friday, December 6 2013 2:18 PM EST2013-12-06 19:18:21 GMT
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