Love it or hate it, you cannot ignore it. Yep, you can’t do that with Facebook. The internet generation can’t imagine a day without this really massive social media app. While Facebook has become part of your daily life, most of you may not be aware of some facts about this app and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg. These facts are definitely going to take you by awe!
You cannot block Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook. Do you know why? Simple. How can a tenant prevent a landlord from entering his premises?
Are you a long-term Facebook user? Well, do you remember the picture of a sad blue guy on the homepage? It is none other than the popular actor Al Pacino!
Have you ever wondered why Facebook is blue? Not many of you have guessed the answer if you haven’t really heard about it earlier. Mark Zuckerberg is colour blind! He has red-green colour blindness. In an interview, he told the reporter, “I can see all of blue” and “Blue is the richest colour.”
Zuckerberg owns a unique Hungarian sheepdog he has named Beast. Beast has a Facebook page with a huge fan following!
What’s the story behind the iconic grey T-shirt Zuckerberg wears almost every day? Well, the reason is simple. He is busy and he thinks it saves him a lot of time in the morning.
Mark Zuckerberg showed he is epitome of confidence when he turned down a $15 billion deal from Microsoft!
Are you aware that over 600,000 hacking attempts are made to FB accounts every single day?
While Zuckerberg is admired and looked upon for his philanthropist activities today, back then in 2004, he was a brash guy. He called people trusting his website with all their personal information as “Dumb F**ks”.
Can you imagine that the CEO of the world’s leading company introduces himself as “I’m CEO, bitch” on his business card? It’s true. The business card is very real.
Posts that are published between 10 p.m. and 11 p.m. EST seem to receive approximately 88% more interactions on an average compared to posts published during other times of the day. Besides, posts ending with a question lift interactions by an average of 162%.