Taking into consideration how social networking has gained significant reputation in building a brand, Facebook has converted its social Facebook Stories app to a full-fledged website. Based on a monthly theme, FacebookStories.com will put up videos and stories of how FB has made a difference in people’s lives.
Social networking is regarding connecting with your old friends, network or circle, irrespective of where they might be. In a proposal to bring back that human touch on Facebook, the first video story on the theme remembering is that of 29-year-old Mayank Sharma from Delhi, who has been using the social networking service to piece back his old life after suffering from Tubercular Meningitis, which erased a large chunk of his memories.
Apart from user stories, the website will also post articles and put up regular features. Include The Bookshelf section, the Reading List section, the Playlist section, but since the service doesn’t work in India, it is of no use to us.
FB is not first to come up with this idea Twitter already runs a similar service. Does this inspire you to share your story too?
If yes, then share your life’s story with the world (as opposed to with just your FB friends), simply hit the Add Your Story button on the homepage and fill up the details.