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Facebook has 2 billion monthly users

Every month, 2 billion users post messages, share photos, disseminate links and argue with estranged family members on Facebook. Founder Mark Zuckerberg announced the milestone today in a quick post (on Facebook, of course) saying, “We’re making progress connecting the world, and now let’s bring the world closer together.” That sounds a lot like he wants to do more of the same — but you know what they say about things that ain’t broke.

Facebook was creeping up on 2 billion in March, when the social network revealed it had 1.94 billion monthly active users, up 300 million from the previous year.

The site is celebrating its growth with a personalized video for every user — it’ll show up over the next few days in your News Feed or at facebook.com/goodaddsup. That link will also host stories of people contributing to their communities. Plus, whenever you leave love for someone on Facebook over the coming days, you’ll see a message of thanks from the site itself.

Source: Facebook newsroom

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