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To be honest, it does not matter than much that Google have the best apps... Facebook will always be the most dominant social network.
You need relevant users following/ liking your page. This would not be an investment, just an image improvement for your Facebook page.
i thoroughly enjoyed this post! the facts are very interesting.
I agree, soon it will mainly be phones people use for the internet. As companies make bigger and better mobile devices, it will be made easier to use Facebook, Twitter etc.
Does this not intrude users privacy???
The new owners of Digg seem to be doing a good job of turning the company around. They are very clever for joining with Facebook and having the 'big 3' on the site. The site will definitely improve in popularity and website traffic.