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Boasting over half-a-billion members, Facebook has grown to be the top social networking website on the internet. But Facebook isn’t just for college students looking to stay in touch anymore – it plays a vital role in the marketing industry and has become increasingly important to businesses worldwide. Take this quiz to test your knowledge of essential Facebook terms and applications.

 

1. This is a profile specifically made for businesses, brands, celebrities, etc, that allows fans to follow what is going on with them through statuses, links, and updates that appear in their news feed.
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2. This is someone who “likes” a particular page. 
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3. This is the area on a profile or page where friends and fans can post their thoughts, views, or criticisms for everyone to see. 
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4. This is the feature that allows users to show their support for specific comments, pictures, wall posts, statuses, or fan pages. 
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5. This is the feature that allows a user to access Facebook from their cell phone through text messages, emails, downloaded applications or a web browser. 
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6. Similar to a tweet on the social networking site Twitter, this Facebook update feature allows users to discuss their thoughts, whereabouts, or important information. It can be posted by both regular users and page representatives, and is posted on both their profile and their friend’s news feeds. 
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7. This is a page created for an organization or business to promote activities. Users can join it and post their thoughts and interact through discussion threads. 
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8. This utilizes single sign-on to allow users to sign on other web pages with their Facebook account. It also allows the web page to collect information from the user, and post information from the website on Facebook for their friends to see. 
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9. This is Facebook’s version of web page analysis, which allows a user to keep track of information such as page views, unique views, fan statistics, wall posts, video and audio plays, photo views, and so on. 
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10. This is a calendar-based resource which can be used to notify users of upcoming occasions. The RSVP feature also allows the organizer to get numbers of possible attendees and people who are interested in it.
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How did you do? Let us know!

Want to test your knowledge of other social networking sites? Try our Twitter quiz!

 

More resources:

Katie Evans-Correia explains why Facebook can be an important tool for businesses.

Learn 10 steps that can help a business develop a social media strategy.

Jeff Kelly discusses why vendors are pushing social media analytics.

 

This was last updated in August 2010

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