Instructions - How to Create a Profile Introduction...

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How to Create a Profile Introduction Facebook is irrefutably one of the most successful and well known internet businesses in the world. In the seven years since its launch, Facebook has gained 600 million active users, which is almost 10% of the world’s population! Each of these 600 million users has a free personal ‘profile’ that they can update with information about themselves. The information provided is completely voluntary and can range from photos to current jobs to religion. What makes Facebook so special, though, is that you can make ‘friends,’ which lets you see the information that they have posted about themselves, and vice versa. Once you’ve made a network of friends, it becomes very easy to keep in touch with each other, even when you’re in different cities, states, or countries! This makes Facebook ideal for parents that want to keep in touch with their kids as they move away to college. Making a Facebook profile is exceptionally easy, and takes only a few minutes. Equipment Computer with internet access. A digital photo of yourself. An email address.
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Directions (1) Creating a Profile 1. Open your internet browser (preferably Mozilla Firefox) and navigate to Facebook.com
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2. Enter the requested information under the “Sign Up” heading. When choosing a password, be sure to use something that is easy for you to remember
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