We spend a lot of time talking about Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter when talking about social media here. But there's another platform that's even richer -- and certainly more customizable -- which is growing at a pace reminiscent of Twitter around the time Google bid $10 billion for the company, and it might just make an excellent tuck-in acquisition for the search king. Find out why in the video below.

LinkedIn has hit big for investors since its May 2011 IPO. Unfortunately, the same can't be said of Facebook. And yet the company isn't without opportunities to rewards shareholders. We've outlined them in a new premium research report. We'll tell you whether this is anything to "like" right now, and whether Facebook deserves a place in your portfolio. Click here now to access your report instantly.


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