Facebook: nominal branching
Posted in the Entertainment Forum
#1 Feb 2, 2013
Who manages the celebrity Facebook page for the Hollywood (USA) movie star Leo DiCaprio? There are several pages under that particular celebrity identity name, but which ones are managed officially by DiCaprio representatives?
In the World Wide Web, and on Facebook, users have the ability to create and peer-edit unofficial identity hubs that require no authorship permissions as long as basic verity laws are followed.
Therefore, one DiCaprio Facebook page may advertise the Rainforest Alliance and another may present comments about the lucrative Planet Hollywood restaurant franchise.
Depending on the market interests of DiCaprio activity, a given comment or social advertisement on a given DiCaprio page could in theory represent any valuable DiCaprio activity. While Facebook pages are not formally regulated, test audiences often test page veracity with reliable information research.
This society process implies that overall presentation of a DiCaprio Facebook page may be taken, at simple logistical face value, as socially representative of profitable public DiCaprio website fan-base merchandising.
Do these advertisement considerations reflect the modern marketability of communication-themed Hollywood (USA) movies such as "Network" (1976)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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