Facebook Mission Statement changed. Will we no longer use Facebook for free?

The world’s most popular social networking site Facebook administration has quietly made major changes to the Facebook login page after a decade. Facebook replaced the homepage slogan with the tagline “It’s quick and easy” instead of the tagline “It’s free and always will be”. Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, has not yet commented on changing the Facebook mission statement. It could also mean that Facebook will receive money from its users to use it. But it could also be, that this is somewhat true.

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Facebook mission statement changed

Since before it was Facebook’s tagline “it’s free and always will be”. So that users can be informed that there will be no cost to users of this site. The foreign news agency says it has been changed for the first time in more than a decade. Rather, it has been quietly changed between August 6 and 7, with the tagline “It’s quick and easy”. Otherwise, the Facebook mission statement must state somewhere before it was changing.

Media sources say, the company has not yet given a reason for why. But Facebook has certainly outgrown its traditional thinking. May be their goal now is to make money from this worldwide popular social site. As you may have seen in LinkedIn, that social media site offers its users a little bit features for free. And you have to pay a fee to use the rest of the features in LinkedIn. But if that happens, Facebook will receive money from its users. So the thinking is why this company thinking about doing this because this is the same company that has been saying for a long time.

This website is free to use and its source is revenue Advertising.

One of the reasons may be that Facebook has been $5 Billion penalties in the past few days. The penalty happened to Facebook because they couldn’t inform its billion of users about their private information leak that happened years ago. Facebook will pay a record-breaking $5 billion penalty. May possible now they are going to impose fees on Facebook to cover this huge loss. If you like this article, please share it on social media and also tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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