How Does Facebook Make its Money?

By | March 18, 2014
Facebook is one of the biggest tech giants around. But with its service being free, many people wonder where they get so much money.
Business-management-degree.net has created an infographic entitled “How Does Facebook Make its Money”, detailing how the social networking giant continues to rake in the dough.
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