Facebook – two billion people connect every month

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As Mark Zuckerberg announced today, we reached a new milestone: there are now 2 billion people connecting and building communities on Facebook every month.

This wouldn’t have happened without the millions of smaller communities and individuals who are sharing and making meaningful contributions every day. Each day, more than 175 million people share a Love reaction, and on average, over 800 million people like something on Facebook. More than 1 billion people use Groups every month.

To show our appreciation for the many ways people support one another on Facebook, we will share several personalized experiences over the coming days.

Good Adds Up Personalized Video

We are launching a personalized video to celebrate bringing the world closer together. You may see your video in your News Feed or by visiting  www.facebook.com/goodaddsup.

 

Celebrating The Good People Do

After someone reacts to a friend’s post with love, wishes someone happy birthday, or creates a group, they will see a message in their News Feed thanking them.

Sharing Community Stories and Impact

On www.facebook.com/goodaddsup, we are featuring fun facts about how people are contributing to the community. In the US, we are also sharing stories of people who inspire us. Every day, people connect with one another, contribute to their local communities, and help make the world a better place.

We want to help do our part as well. As Mark mentioned last week at the Facebook Communities Summit, our mission is to bring the world closer together. Reaching this milestone is just one small step towards that goal. We are excited to continue to build products that allow people to connect with one another, regardless of where they live, or what language they speak. Thank you for being part of our global community

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Thabo Mphahlele is the BizNis Africa Head of Sales and Marketing. Mphahlele was previously MultiChoice Production Support Analyst responsible for developing and monitoring applications. In addition, Mphahlele develops and automates batch scripts and is responsible for the daily infrastructure maintenance at MultiChoice. As a Production Support Analyst, he is responsible for incident analysis solving , developing and constructing business reports for SQL and Oracle and implement change controls for the business. Additional responsibility includes monitoring system performance via SOA, Kibaba (Elasticsearch), H.P BSM, HP Sitescope. Mphahlele is responsible for creating infrastructure performance reports through HP Ops Analytics, monitoring payments via Splunk and in-house built-in tool and disaster recovery simulation and testing. At Nashua Mobile, he was responsible for application development and enhancing the web sites At South West Gauteng College, he was the IT Technician and Network Administrator. During his tenure at Double Digit Media, he was he focused on application and web site development for new and existing clients Mphahlele contributes as a Content Manager for BizNis Africa.

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