How many people joined Facebook through your invites?

How you ever wondered how many of your friends joined Facebook by accepting your friend request?  I must say that it would be pretty interesting to know these numbers, don’t you agree?

So, during my nothing-to-do-time-on-facebook, I just clicked on this link out of curiosity :

***drum-roll***

I just discovered a new thing on facebook yaaaaaaaaaaaa!

[yashvinblogsfan]

Ok. After a click on Google, I found (to my dismay) that this feature was introduced months ago and I came to know it only right now. Anyways, there’s nothing bad about sharing things I come upon with you people, isn’t it? I guess that’s one of the reasons why some of you keep tuned to this blog, right? πŸ˜›

400 invites sent…

The “Impact” page also lists some of your friends who brought in the most people.

However, out of these 400 invites, only 80 of them joined Facebook through my mail invitation. You can get this information by having a look at this page : “Invite history”, accessible at http://www.facebook.com/invite_history.php.

As it says : “[…]see all the people you’ve invited to join Facebook and check who has already joined. You can also review and manage the contacts you’ve imported into your Facebook account but not yet invited.

We are already at the end of this post, hope that you are now convinced that Facebook is tracking every single of your moves since Day 1. πŸ™‚

Anybody wants to share their stats? How many people did you drag to Facebook?

Bon weekend everyone!

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12 thoughts on “How many people joined Facebook through your invites?

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  1. Thanks for sharing, I did not even realize this facility was available. So I checked and seems I have made a real IMPACT = 4

    So I am not contributing much to the Facebook wealth !

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  2. me 3 :p …lol am 85th on ma list :p lol …n you second on ma list !!!! lol πŸ˜‰

    sa 3 la aussi were just me cuz n bro ..i dont add people..peeps add me lol :p …n i got 299 frnz there :p …lol i realise that thX to yOu πŸ™‚

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