“Like” it.

I came across this article today that I found interesting and sparked me to write about FB:  {http://mashable.com/2011/04/13/facebooks-complicated-ownership-history-explained/}…just one more way it makes you realize how large of an empire this social network has become. This article is talking about a newer lawsuit, with a guy who wasn’t portrayed in the 2010 film, The Social Network. If only everyone ‘involved’ with starting this social network would have known how big this would become…

The Social Network, is, in my opinion a fantastic movie. (Yes, I finally can cross it off my ‘movies I want to see’ list.) If you haven’t seen it or even if you don’t agree with the accuracy of how the movie portrayed Mark Zuckerberg and Co., I recommend you watch it. 

Yes, I know Facebook isn’t the only social network out there, but it is the one, in my opinion, that has paved the way for all these other e-facets to continue or to start-up (twitter, blogs, foursquare etc.).  If anything it’s amazing to see how, what is now FB was started in a dorm room for only certain Ivy League students, then grew to all universities and has become what it is today…a social network with more than 600 million users.

Whether you “like” it or not (pun intended), FB is here to stay.

As I read these articles, and personally use Facebook every day, multiple times a day, I couldn’t help but want to share the word of Bell Mortgage and what better source than FB.

Bell has been around since 1880, so it has seen many different fads come and go and like Facebook, it is here to stay. So, it is officially time to really have Bell get out into the social world that is Facebook.

Bell has updated and renovated our Fan page {Bell Mortgage, a Division of State Bank & Trust}, and would love you for you to check it out for company news, mortgage industry news and current events….and while you’re there, feel free to “like” us.

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