Facebook knows it’s got your attention. Every day, over a billion people check the site, thus contributing to its multibillion dollar revenues. Facebook doesn’t want you to forgo experiences in the real world, however. It’d be quite beneficial to them, in fact, if you went to something, then posted about it on Facebook.
In November, Facebook showed a message at the top of users’ News Feeds telling them not to miss the supermoon, a time where the moon was the closest it will be to Earth until 2034. It wasn’t the first time Facebook told its users of a big event, and it won’t be the last.