QRLme is a free service that allow users to create QR codes for their profiles on social sites like Facebook and Twitter, and enable others to find them more quickly there. Users simply have to submit their Facebook/Twitter profiles for them to be converted on the spot, and the relevant codes to be generated. These can then be printed on leaflets and all the kind of materials where QR codes habitually go, and people who scan them using their smartphones will be taken straight to their profiles. They’ll be able to befriend them, and also to spread the word about them by sending out tweets or posting on their own Facebook walls.
Facebook users are warned to be wary of bogus event invites. Spammers invites millions of users to fake events in an attempt to generate income from online survey scams. The “Who blocked you from his friend list?” fake event has already tricked more than 165000 users into sign-up. […]
Facebook started letting its members to share Facebook photo albums with their friends using collaboration. The users and their friends will now be able to add photos to the albums and the albums will also appear on the friends’ Timelines. […]
Facebook to reach 1 billion users by 2012, according to statistics site Social Bakers. Eventhough US holds the number one country spot with over 149million users, the fastest growth is coming out of Brazil. The social networking star has sustained this growth rate since September 2009. […]