Who Else Wants To Add More Facebook Friends? Version 2010

Aug 10 2010 in Uncategorized by Phil Rosenberg

One of the limiting factors of Facebook is that you only get one degree of separation, while Linkedin gives you 3 degrees of Kevin Bacon.


Here’s why that matters….I have almost 20K first level connections on Linkedin, which gives me access to 22M+ members. On Facebook, I have over 3K first level connections, but that‘s all I can connect to. On Linkedin, you can grow your network if your connections grow theirs. Not so on Facebook – You have to grow your network all by yourself.

As Facebook has evolved, it has changed the ways you can grow your network.

( Continued … How can you efficiently grow your Facebook network? )

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