More Social Networking News: Microsoft Strikes Deal with Facebook

August 25, 2006 at 4:52 pm

Well, we heard about the deal that Google made with MySpace a few weeks ago, being the only search engine to provide search for and advertising on MySpaces’s site. Now, in related social networking news, another major search engine has struck a deal with another popular site: Facebook, which has two specific sites, one for high school and one for college-age participants. This time, Microsoft is the one who struck a deal. They will “provide and sell banner ads and sponsored ads on Facebook.” Click here for today’s New York Times article detailing the 3-year deal.


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