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How to Embed photos, videos and links to websites in the comments facebook

Facebook users have been able to integrate media into their profile pages across states and wall posts, but now the possibility has been added to incorporate photos, videos and links to websites through their property comment.

A tweet by Facebook itself on Twitter confirms and you can check above picture.

As the tweet, has used the new comment? Give it a try one of the states of their friends. It works so well as it did in states, wall, etc. Here’s a picture message of a simple link from YouTube as a commentary on someone’s Facebook status:
As you can see, if you do not feel like clogging state of another person with what is essentially spam, you can remove the preview to maintain order.
With Google + causing some stir in the social networking scene, the onus is certainly on Facebook to keep its place as world number one. The platform alternative, although still only a baby alone in invite-only beta, has already amassed a reported 18 million users in its first three weeks – impressive statistics do not matter how you look.
With over half a million users joining every day, one suspects that once Google and Google officially launches + begins to show its marketing prowess, more than likely attract millions of daily users. Technology commentators are, without doubt, go with the gravy train of Google, but the numbers do not lie, and you’re looking, as if we potentially have a real duel on our hands.
The battle is for Facebook to lose, and it will be interesting to see whether the creation of Mark Zuckerberg will be able to handle the pressure. The latest version of its official application for iPhone has been disastrous (I swear), the suffering of many errors and accidents, and causing tens of thousands of disgruntled users who complain and after a star rating through the Apple App Store – the lowest level possible. It is a great read from a phone company that said it is “top priority” for 2011.
With half of iPhone users today with the free application for Facebook, there is no margin for error as large as these. An update is supposed to very soon (in fact, at some point today) to amend the recent mistakes, if they have experienced.


July 22, 2011 - Posted by | Facebook, Social Media | , , , , , , , , , , ,

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