How Facebook For Business Is Going Global

FacebookForBusinessGraphic650Facebook for Business is going global, as the social network announced that the marketing news and information portal launched in eight more countries and 11 additional languages.

The site launched in the U.S. in July, and it is now available in South Korea, Japan, the U.K., Germany, France, Spain, Italy, and Brazil.

The new Facebook for Business languages are: Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese Chinese, simplified Chinese, U.K. English, German, French, European Spanish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, and Latin American Spanish.

Facebook said in announcing the international expansion of Facebook for Business:

These local-language versions of Facebook for Business are designed to help provide the most relevant content to advertisers around the world. In addition to product information, tips for advertising on Facebook, and success stories, the international Facebook for Business sites will soon feature new, localized content serving marketers’ needs on a regional basis.

Readers: Are there other Facebook sites and services that should also be made available in more countries and languages?

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