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Thursday, 02 August 2012 08:57

Google buys Zuckerberg's sister

Written by Nick Farrell



Sold like wildfire


While it had been known that Google has acquired social media marketing platform company Wildfire what has not been reported is that in amongst that company was Mark Zuckerberg's sister.

According to Business Insider Wildfire happens to employ Arielle Zuckerberg. Arielle was pretty good at slamming Facebook in the past.  Writing in her bog she pointed out some Facebook changes that she liked and some that she did not.

She is not particularly high up the ladder of Wildfire. She only joined last year. Arielle uses her brother's Facebook, but doesn’t appear to have a Google+ account. The company says Wildfire will continue to operate as usual, and there will be no changes to its service or customer support.

Nick Farrell

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