Dating sites aren’t the only legal enterprises having difficulty advertising on Facebook, as GigaOM reports that the social network is rejecting marijuana-related ads in the states of Colorado and Washington, where the retail sale of the drug is now legal.
College freshmen who reported high levels of anxiousness and alcohol use appeared to be more connected with Facebook, while those who reported high levels of loneliness and anxiousness use the social network to connect with others, according to the results of a recent study.
Two Facebook co-founders have made significant contributions to support marijuana legalization in California, an issue which is up for vote on the 2010 ballot.
It seems that Facebook executives haven’t taken fully to the Northern California lifestyle – or at any rate, it hasn’t affected their advertising policies. Google, on the other hand, is a different story.
Typically we create guides to discuss how to build a fan base or attract more users to your application but I figured today would be a great day to explain how to distribute illicit drugs using Facebook! Alright, maybe that’s not what this article is completely about but apparently, “Some California pot sellers are misusing social networking sites like MySpace, Facebook, and Twitter for selling marijuana.”