Here is how it goes: Anytime you use one of those services (either it is a web page, mail or anything other), your mobile has to download it's content to show it to you. It is exactly like downloading a file to your computer. Anything counts as extra content to be downloaded: the pictures, the scripts some pages use, the attachments of the emails and all of this stuff.
However, unlike internet providers do, the mobile companies charge the use of the internet according to the content downloaded rather on the time spent surfing.
In this case, if the mail you have been receiving includes many attachements, will cost you more. If you view pictures on facebook, will cost you more. If you use twitter much, will cost you more.
Hope you find these information useful...
Twitter, facebook are both web based social networking web sites. If you accessing them from a phone you pay for the amount information downloaded to the phone according to the service contract with Verizon.
yes definitely all surfing the web what ever it may be, is counted as downloading so will be charged so when browse use mobile version which are less heavy. example
I think that a good social media app is something that free up your time so you can spend those in engaging with your audience, and not just scheduling posts. There's this beta site featured at Oneforty.com called 'Garious' and I've been using that for three weeks now. Wow! I don't have to think of the exact time and date those updates will get posted. I can even grab my favorite RSS and link it there. The tool will automatically post it on both your twitter and facebook accounts, randomly, as if posting like a real human would. It took me like 10 minutes to schedule a week's worth of posts that normally takes 1-2 hours. Well, that's what I use.
It most likely happened because you sent out a lot of friend requests in a short period of time, and a high percentage of people either ignored your request or reported you because they don't know you.
Facebook is probably the most secure social networking site out there, so I don't think there's any way you'll be getting into someone's private profile other than just adding them as a friend.
Of course you can always make another profile and add them on that one, I guess.
Anyways, good luck! :)
unfortunately, I haven't been able to view any of the profiles that i have stalked on facebook either. Facebook's default is to set profile to private automatically for the users privacy, unlike myspace where we have to go in and set it to private ourselves.
If your friends profile says they commented on so and so's status or pics, you can click on it and see it.
late night funkin'
Facebook is difficult to customize, there's not many options. However, you can write upside down! Try it on your friends wall or on your own status updater. Just go to fliptext.org and copy and paste your flipped text onto facebook. People get a little confused at first, but its kinda fun.
¡??n1 poob = good luck!
One of the books about Facebook tips and tricks in slovak and czech language is Fenomen Facebook. You can find useful tips, tricks about search, registration, login, friends or basics of facebook marketing in groups or fan pages etc.
(Fenomen Facebook in slovak language) (Fenomen Facebook in czech language)
333 tip? a trik? pro Facebook
Computer Press, 2010 (1.) - brož., 240 str.
Also, there are websites:
no they dont!!!
facebook is rreally good i love it!!
no jason.. they won't.. unless you ***** up some profiles than yours.. have fun.. dude..
no, they don't ban you facebook wont ever know your real age so u can put whatever you like. i know many people who lie about their age on facebook and myspace. they have no right to ban u because of age
is it 2012 yet?
Well, if you have 10 neighbors you can hire people, you actually save money if you hire to plow and you actually make more money if you hire to harvest.
Hire it out. You can hire people to harvest, which you'll also make more so it's a wise decision. Then when you have 10+ neighbors (your friends) then you can hire to plow. Same goes for that with making more or saving. However, you'd like to look at it.
When you get more experience as a farmer you can hire help.
This is why there are job beggars at the market place.