|December 12, 2013|
|Facebook For Business Set To Receive Regular Blog Series|
|By Chris Crum|
| Facebook announced that it has expanded Facebook for Business, its site for news and info about marketing with Facebook, into eight new countries: Korea, Japan, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy and Brazil.
The site has also launched in 11 new languages: Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese Chinese, Simplified Chinese, UK English, German, French, European Spanish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese and Latin American Spanish.
“Launched earlier this year and designed with all marketers in mind, from small businesses to large brands and agencies, Facebook for Business brings together a host of resources,” a spokesperson for the company says. [...]
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