Facebook Wants to Pay You

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In an interesting turn of events, Facebook announced they will pay users to temporarily deactivate their accounts on both Facebook and Instagram for six weeks.

Why?

To see the impact it has on the upcoming US presidential election this November.

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Randye S Spina, MBA

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Non-fiction author, marketer, agency founder, award-winning adjunct professor. Arts nonprofit board member. Hopelessly interested in everything.

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