Communication could be easier by selling mobile for Facebook-enabled phone
18 November 2010 — 3:58 PM
Selling a mobile phone and switching to a device that supports the popular social networking site Facebook may be a good option for those who like to stay in touch with their friends and family.
Mari Smith, co-author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour A Day, says she expects the feature to become the "primary portal of choice" when it comes to email, text and live messaging.
Her words come just days after the social network announced it is launching a new integrated communication service, bringing all correspondence together in one place.
"Now, as a personal user, we no longer have to wade through volumes of uninteresting or irrelevant emails. We just go straight to our inbox and voila," Ms Smith explains.
Indeed, the gathering of all communication may create such a simple and effective way of staying in touch it could become vital to sell a mobile and snap up a phone that allows access to messages 24 hours a day.
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