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THE MORE THEY TIGHTEN THEIR GRIP, THE MORE USERS WILL SLIP THROUGH THEIR FINGERS: Facebook Really Wa…

THE MORE THEY TIGHTEN THEIR GRIP, THE MORE USERS WILL SLIP THROUGH THEIR FINGERS: Facebook Really Wants You to Come Back. “The social network is getting aggressive with people who don’t log in often, working to keep up its engagement numbers.” RELATED: Facebook users are spending less time on the site.
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