Ten Year Old Financial Giant

Worth Multi Dollars at Ten years old  According to the July 25 Quartz Top News article Facebook is worth more than Coca Cola, Disney and Intel. The Big Picture online magazine charts Facebook’s revenues since 2008 from $272 million to $7.8 billion in 2013. 

Facebook worth more than a billion dollars in only ten years.

Facebook worth more than a billion dollars in only ten years.

Facebook is 10 Who could have predicted that an online social network would change the world? In February 2004, Harvard sophomore Mark Zuckerberg launched “The Facebook” as an exclusive social network for Harvard students. Gradually, Facebook was opened to more users and by 2006, anyone over 13 could join. By December 2013, Facebook had grown to 1.23 billion monthly active users. (Source: Facebook Newsroom).

Click here to read Key Dates in Facebook’s 10-Year History and click here to see the first article ever written about Facebook.

Facebook not only changed the world, it changed the way we interact with our customers and prospects—at least for those of us who take advantage of the opportunities Facebook and other social media sites offer.

Mashable's account of how

Mashable’s account of how “Facebook Changed American Politics.”

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