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Give Facebook credit, the site has built somewhat of an empire in the social networking space, and it continues to conquer new territories. The latest to welcome Facebook into its kingdom is Yahoo, which today announced plans to integrate the social networking service globally across more than 15 of its sites.
"More and more, people rely on social sites to share and discover information that matters to them, making Yahoo! uniquely positioned to provide people with all of the mainstream methods of content discovery - social, search, communications, and editorial," said Cody Simms, senior director of Social Platforms and Yahoo! Developer Network (YDN) at Yahoo!. "Starting with Facebook, we are bringing all of these elements together to give people one simple, trusted place to share information and connect. We think this offers great benefit to people across the web, and it's key to helping Yahoo! extend our reach and increase engagement."
Users of both Yahoo and Facebook are now able to link their accounts and view/share updates with friends across both networks. And if you choose to connect your accounts, you can view your Facebook News Feed on the Yahoo homepage, Yahoo Mail, and several other Yahoo portals.
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