How Facebook Could Move Beyond Social Media

How Facebook Could Move Beyond Social Media

The social network needs to use its engineering experience look at future roles for the company as usage stats drop.

Leah Gonzalez Angue
  • 14 march 2014

Towards the end of last year Facebook reported a drop in usage among younger teens. It’s unclear whether this is something that will change or continue, but it is indicative of how the world of social media behaves. One minute, everyone prefers to use a specific network, and the next minute they prefer another. Facebook may need to look at future roles they can play beyond social media, given how dynamic technology is.

One aspect that Facebook can potentially explore and expand even further in the near future is the unique technical consultancy service that the company provides to clients.

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