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June 30, 2011

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Didier Daglinckx

Probably not the most brilliant move to do ...

Who knows where Facebook will be in 5 years ?

Their website is the place where they can consolidate and own the content.

(You probably could read Chris Brogan about this)

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I wonder what will happen to Facebook after 5 years. I think most small businesses will opt for Facebook over a website cause it's free.

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I disagree. I think small businesses should focus more on their own website more than Facebook and center their content there because their site will not rank if they don't have fresh content.

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Facebook has been developing from time to time and has been improving drastically. There are many businessmen who entrust their business to Facebook. I just hope that Facebook will give them the return of their investments in a much faster way.

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Facebook is a powerful website that you can really use to promote your business whether it is a small or big business. I agree, I think Facebook will be the best social media in the next 5 years that will cater websites for business purposes.

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I could see the attraction. It's not practical to completely remove your own business site, though. I haven't seen restaurants in Norwich follow this trend, either.

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I think in time most companies will go to this strategy. But i think having a website still has its merits.

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Depending on Facebook alone may have negative effects on the company or the website. It is good to use Facebook to promote your business but I think it's not good enough to make your business bigger. Let's see if Facebook will be able to host different websites. There are no impossibilities.

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