Facebook tests new feature, 'Highlighted Posts'
| by Padmini Harchandrai |
Facebook is testing a new product that is potentially a new source of revenue for the social networking giant. This product, called 'Highlighted Posts' potentially also builds a crossover for the company onto an online classifieds platform. As is common knowledge, the currently dominating website in the online classifieds section (variable by country, however) is Craigslist. What Highlighted Posts does is that it lets users make their status updates more prominent for a small fee. According to a New Zealand blog, called Stuff, a Facebook representative said that the feature is being tested with a small percentage of users right now. The fee for using the service to amplify your posts can range anywhere from offering it for free to a couple of bucks.
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