Facebook for Business set to go global following launch in 11 new languages


By Ishbel Macleod, PR and social media consultant

December 6, 2013 | 1 min read

Facebook for Business is set to go global, as it announces that it will be made available in 11 more languages, as well as looking to publish regular content including case studies, tips and trends.

Facebook announced today that the site will be available in Korean, Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese, Simplified Chinese, UK English, German, French, European Spanish, Italian, Brazilian Portuguese, and Latin American Spanish.

The company also revealed that it will launch new, localised content for countries around the world: “We're happy to announce the upcoming launch of the Facebook for Business blog. Starting in 2014, the blog will feature news on major product releases and updates, as well as tips, trends and stories about our advertisers in the UK.

“These local-language versions of the Facebook for Business blog are designed to help us provide the most relevant content to advertisers around the world.”

Facebook for Business launched earlier in 2013.


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