Third parties are good for social networks' bottom line

02/13/2007 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Facebook is among the first social networks to allow access to its Application Program Interfaces, or APIs, by third-party software developers. The move, which is likely to be followed by rivals including MySpace.com and Friendster, is expected to result in innovative new features for users -- and additional sources of revenue for the social-networking sites.

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