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Facebook Me! A Guide to Socializing, Sharing, and Promoting on Facebook, Second Edition by Dave Awl

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3. Friends

In the previous chapters you’ve signed up with Facebook and learned how to set up and edit your profile. So far, so good. But if that’s all there were to Facebook, there wouldn’t be much point to it. It’s friends, after all, who put the “social” in social networking.

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So it’s time to make some friends. Of course, chances are good that you signed up with Facebook because you got an invitation from a friend, and if you accepted it, then you’ve probably already got at least one friend displaying on your profile.

Then again, it’s possible that you’re starting with a clean slate—that you registered with Facebook because you keep reading ...

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