If you are asked why the color of Facebook is blue. So maybe your answer would be that this color may be liked by Mark Zuckerberg or it may be that this color looks better while designing Facebook.
But if I tell you that the blue color of Facebook is due to a disease of Mark Zuckerberg, then you will probably not believe it but it is true. By the way, do you know that there is such a disease in the world that only Facebook users may not know. So let us give you some such interesting information related to Facebook and tell you 11 such secrets of Facebook –
A ‘disease’ that happens only to Facebook users, know 11 secrets of Facebook
1. Facebook’s blue color
There are so many colors in the world but why the color of Facebook is blue? Actually the color of Facebook is blue because Facebook Chief Mark Zuckerberg can see the blue color in the best way. Mark Zuckerberg has red-green color blindness. Talking on a Russian television talk show, he said that he has color blindness and blue is the color he can see best, that’s why he has kept the color of Facebook blue.
2. The person who cannot be blocked
There is also a person on Facebook who can never be blocked. Yes, Mark Zuckerberg is the only person who cannot be blocked on Facebook. If you do not believe then try it once.
3. It’s Not Difficult, Nor Impossible to Find Zuckerberg
Finding Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook is neither difficult nor impossible. Yes, Mark Zuckerberg is the only person in the world who is easiest to find on Facebook. If you are on your home page by logging in to Facebook, then your url is https://www.facebook.com and the interesting thing is that if you just add /4 in front of your corresponding url then you will go directly Will reach Mark Zuckerberg’s Wall.
4. Facebook is also banned in two countries
There are billions of users on Facebook, including people from almost every country in the world. But there are two countries in the world where Facebook is banned. These two countries are China and North Korea. Facebook is banned in both these countries.
5. What happens to the account if someone dies?
If someone we know dies, we can report it on Facebook. Facebook makes such profiles a kind of memorialized account. No person can log in to this account. No changes can be made to such accounts.
6. 5 new people on Facebook every second
According to the statistics released by Facebook, every second 5 new people create their account on Facebook. About 300 million photos are uploaded to Facebook every day. Every 60 seconds 50 thousand comments and about 3 lakh statuses are written. On the other hand, there are about 90 million fake profiles on Facebook.
7. This name was in place of “Like”
The like option is visible everywhere on Facebook. By the way, there was a lot of controversy about this option on Facebook. At first it was named ‘AWESOME’. But it was LIKE later.
8. What is this poke?
Facebook has a feature called Poke. You can poke someone by going to their profile. But what does it mean? Actually doesn’t make any sense. It’s just like a game. Even in the Facebook Help Center you will ask what ‘poke’ means and you will never know. Mark Zuckerberg has said about this that he thought that he would make a feature on Facebook that would be meaningless. This is just made for fun.
9. Facebook is a disease
Facebook addiction is taking the form of a disease these days. People of all ages around the world are struggling with Facebook addiction disorder. The abbreviation for this disease is FAD. At present, about several crore people in the world are suffering from FAD.
10. Bought Instagram and WhatsApp
Facebook launched in March 2004 and within a year it had amassed one million users. By June 2009, it had grown so much that it became the number one social networking site in America. Facebook bought Instagram in April 2012 and WhatsApp in 2014.
11. When What Launched
Facebook launched the “Wall” in September 2004, the “News Feed” in September 2006, the “Like” button in February 2009, and the Timeline feature in September 2011.