Be careful what you type into the Status Update Box on Facebook

Hate it or love it, most of the people who will read this article are Facebook users. Some of us use it frequently, some less often, and a big portion of us uses it obsessively. We post photos, spy on our friends and our enemies, read our news and express our opinions in a form of status updates.
Being careful and selective with words is always good for the obvious reasons, even if takes for you to write out a status update or comment but decide against posting it. But did you know that your status update is not entirely deleted?

Facebook collects all content that is typed into its website, even if it is not posted.

Any text you put into the status update box is sent to Facebook's servers, even if you don't click the post button

Scroll down for some more interesting facts, it’s a good day to learn something new.
600000 hacking attempts are made to Facebook accounts every day


The average Facebook U.S. user spends 40 minutes a day on the site


Smartphone users check Facebook 14 times a day


There are on average 3.74 degrees of separation between any one Facebook user and another


Facebook tracks which sites you visit even AFTER you have signed out


Facebook is primarily blue because Mark Zuckerberg suffers red-green color blindness


Facebook earns an average of US$5.85 from every U.S. user

Let your friends know about the less known stuff when using facebook. If nothing else, facts are always great conversation starters.

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Be careful what you type into the Status Update Box on Facebook

Interesting Facts About Facebook

Posted by Boost2Business on Tuesday, March 1, 2016