Facebook might buy WordPress and name it FacePress

6 February 2018

After a successful board meeting on Wednesday last week, the fact that Facebook was buying WordPress was almost completely decided. Although mainstream media, is not yet fully aware of the details, the CEOs of both the company had already shaken their hands and started negotiating the prices.

Facebook has recently observed a dip in its daily users, which according to their employees, “…was the worst one ever!” To counter the drop in its stats, facebook decided to integrate a blogging platform along with its timeline wall, so that people can unleash their creativity or share their expertise alongside sharing events from their life and stalking others.

Facebook users have reported their loss of creativity and poor performance in work life due to scrolling continuously through newsfeed, which has often been the reason for pledging to not open facebook anymore, which probably has caused the deterioration of facebook’s stats. But, incorporation of WordPress will not only solve those problems but will create new opportunities for the users by combining the Incredible Interface of WordPress with Amazing Audience of Facebook.

In the end, although the purchase is not yet complete, we believe that Facebook buying WordPress can impact the society on the largest scale. FacePress can clearly be a boon for the Bloggers and the FB users alike.

Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay

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  1. Michael Christopher Cole · February 6

    I like the idea of expanding my audience, but it does feel like sharing posts from here on Facebook is already as easy and user friendly as it needs to be. I’m interested to see what happens, but understand it might be one step forward and two steps back.

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  2. Patrick Dykie · February 6


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    • Arkadeep Mukhopadhyay · February 6

      Welcome! We’ll let you know when Spark Crackerberg finally publishes his first post on FacePress!


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