Egypt's social uprisings aren't necessarily great news for Facebook

07/16/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Social Media

Egypt's military and ousted President Mohammed Morsi are highly active on Facebook, with each winning millions of fans and high levels of engagement, writes Shashi Bellamkonda. Still, Egyptians' use of social media to navigate social unrest isn't necessarily a good thing for the networks in question. Egypt is in the top 20 countries for numbers of Facebook users, but the network earns relatively paltry sums from users outside the U.S. and Canada, Bellamkonda writes.

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