It has long been a given that Facebook wants to Whatsapp number database know as much as possible about what its users do all over the Internet. And of course Facebook wants to maximize the amount of time its users spend on Facebook itself. So why wouldn't Facebook want to get into the business of Whatsapp number database providing me with news that I, in turn, might share with my friends? It would mean my friends and I would all spend more time on the social network, which is exactly what Facebook and its advertisers ultimately want. Facebook also has a history of Whatsapp number database acquisitions, not all of which were intuitive from the outside.
In a smaller deal than its Whatsapp number database purchase, the company acquired virtual reality start-up Oculus VR earlier this year. Bystanders have guessed that the acquisition was everything from a vanity purchase by CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Whatsapp number database a long-term attempt to develop a Google Glass competitor. Either way, Facebook has demonstrated that it is willing to reach outside its existing model. Comparatively, a news organization Whatsapp number database would not be much of a stretch.
Zuckerberg is a bright guy who has some Whatsapp number database cash at his disposal. He doesn't need me to tell him how to spend it. If he can snag CNN for, say, $7 billion, it would be roughly the equivalent of me picking up People magazine at the checkout counter. (In my case, just a copy of the Whatsapp number database latest issue, not the actual publication itself.) If CNN catches Zuckerberg's eye, there is no doubt he'll know what to do with it. So it wouldn't shock me if Facebook got into the Whatsapp number database news business. It would seem to be one of the more logical ways for the social network to go about filling its users' news feeds.