How to Make Facebook ?

Facebookis a very popular social-networking website that allows anyone to sign up for their account. Unlike other social-networking sites, Facebook caters to individual networks so that a person can connect with others in his/her college, high school, company, or geographical area. Here’s how to create a new Facebook account.

Creating a Facebook account is simple and free.

Creating a Facebook account is simple and free.


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    Focus where the red box is.

    Focus where the red box is.

    Go to, and look on the right. You should see, “Sign Up! It’s free, and always will be.”

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Enter all details

Enter all details

Enter your first name, last name, a valid e-mail address, a password, your gender, and your birthday. Make sure everything is valid, and correct, and then click the green “Sign Up” button.


Enter the captcha if prompted.

Confirm your account

Confirm your account

Comfirm your account.


Accept some friend requests if people have previously invited you to Facebook.


Find some of your friends by providing your password to your email or your AIM username and password. This is completely optional and can be skipped if you feel uncomfortable in giving your password. However, feel free to change your pass after you give it to them.



Fill out some of your profile info such as what company you work for and where you went to school. Again, this is completely optional.


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    Enter the city you live in to try to join the network for that city. You can also skip this step, but joining a network can help you find your friends. After completing this step, you will be taken to your Facebook homepage. Your homepage displays your news feed, status (right), and added applications (left). Later, it will also display other useful links, such as friends’ upcoming birthdays, notifications, invitations, etc.

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