Posted October 06, 2018 11:59:55 The process of sharing your feelings on Facebook is usually simple and free, but that doesn’t mean it’s always easy.
We talked to a Canadian woman who posted her condolence post on Facebook.
Her post got over 1,200 likes and was shared by more than 6,000 people.
CBC’s Laura Kain says that’s why the post cost her $5.
She used Facebook to post her thoughts and condolences after hearing about the recent coronavirus pandemic and its effects.
She wrote that she felt she was in an “uncomfortable situation,” but she said the post was “a little bit of fun” for the community.
“I felt like the posts had been a little bit too long,” she said.
“It felt like there was a little too much work and a little more time spent with friends.”
If you want to share a post on your Facebook page, you can make it available for $10 a post, which can be used to pay for the cost of your post.
You can also pay $5 for the first 10 minutes of the post.
But you can also use your Facebook account for up to 30 minutes a day, up to five times a day for a maximum of 10 posts per day.
A Facebook post is only available for a limited time after you have purchased a $10 Facebook Premium membership, which allows you to access your posts for 30 days after purchase.
You’ll also need a Facebook password to view the posts.
You must also have your Facebook profile photo uploaded.
You will be able to comment on your posts, as well as post photos, videos and comments to the comments section.
You cannot link your Facebook post to another post on the same Facebook page.
You are also limited to 10 images, video and comments on your post, but you can use them for up