Newsweek / The Daily Mail / AP CEOs are getting into the act.
The likes of Facebook, Google and Twitter are turning their social networks into platforms for business.
And while it might be hard to imagine Facebook or Google, whose brands and social media platforms are known for their attention-grabbing news feeds, doing it on their own, they are.
And with a little help from a network of companies, including Twitter and Snapchat, they’re getting into it.
Here are five examples.
Google The CEO of Google, Larry Page, is often photographed at a Google+ event in 2015.
He was at the event to promote his company’s new service, Google+ Photos, which is available to anyone on Google+.
He was photographed wearing a red jacket, which, like the one worn by his former boss at Google, Sundar Pichai, was one of many of Google’s social media looks.
Google+ The search giant recently launched a new photo sharing service called Google+ Photo, which has been described as the first photo-sharing app with a photo-and-video tagline.
The tagline reads, “Photos you post with your Google+ account.”
This feature is currently available to all users on Google+, but it will expand to all of its users in the coming months.
Facebook Twitter and Instagram have launched their own social media sites in recent months.
Twitter and Facebook have announced that they will merge, making them the largest social media companies in the world, with Facebook having more than half of the market share.
Instagram Facebook acquired Instagram in 2015 for $1.5 billion.
The Instagram logo appears on the front of Instagram’s new mobile app, which lets users share photos from their phones, computers and other devices with friends and family.
Google’s new social media site, Google+, is a social network similar to Facebook, but with a tagline similar to Twitter.
Google Plus Google+ was created to give users access to its new social networking features.
In a tweet, Google CEO Larry Page said the company would soon be expanding to all its users.
Google+, Google CEO of Search and Android, Sundaram Pichari.
Photo: Getty Images Google+ is already popular with the public.
According to Google’s Q3 earnings report released on March 23, the company generated $4.9 billion in revenue from June 2015 through March 2016.
It also generated $2.4 billion in advertising revenue.
Instagram Instagram acquired Instagram back in March for $500 million.
Instagram is one of the most popular social networks in the tech world.
Instagram’s CEO, Kevin Systrom, said the site was the most important thing to Facebook for the company to win.
Instagram has been working to get more people on its platform, and the company recently announced plans to hire 100,000 new employees.
Snapchat Snapchat was acquired by Facebook in July for $2 billion.
Snapchat’s tagline, “Keep your secrets, Snapchat,” says the company is the only place where people can keep their most private and private conversations private.
The social media company has said it plans to integrate its video platform, Snapchat Stories, into its main site.
Snapchat launched its first Snapchat Stories in June 2016.
Instagram Google announced plans in January to merge its two social media properties.
Snapchat was the first to do so.
Instagram, which also includes the news app Instagram and the photo sharing app Instagram Stories, has said that its services will eventually integrate into Google+.
Twitter Facebook, the social media giant, announced in December that it would be acquiring Twitter.
Twitter announced the deal on its website on January 12.
Google News Feed Twitter’s news feed is a news aggregator with a Facebook-like approach.
The news feed features a large map, search function and news ticker, which shows trending topics across different platforms.
The company said that Google’s newsfeed was the best way to learn about news and news-related topics on Twitter.
Facebook News Feed Facebook’s news feeds are an important part of its overall brand, but their popularity is growing.
In December, Facebook said that it has been growing its newsfeed to 60 percent of its daily active users, up from 38 percent in October 2016.
Snapchat Facebook’s new news feed was launched in January 2016.
The app has been downloaded more than 25 million times and has nearly 5 million followers.
Instagram Snapchat’s news page is similar to the Facebook News feed.
Snapchat also offers a search function.
Snapchat announced plans for integration of its news feed into its own app.
Snapchat Stories Snapchat Stories is an app that lets users take photos and videos from their smartphones and share them with their friends.
Snapchat allows users to see their posts and comments, and allows users also to reply to them.
The Snapchat Stories app is currently only available in the United States, but Google has plans to expand it to the rest of the world in the next few months.
Instagram Twitter announced in March that it had acquired Instagram for $5 billion in cash and stock.
Instagram was a pioneer in the field of mobile