That's the kicker. Now they have shareholders to answer to, there's even more incentive to add more features targeted at money spinning. More ads, paid content, etc. This share price is leveraged against potential more than anything, imo. There's 900 million accounts (not actual users) to be marketed to, and must be, to justify such a price tag for shares.
This could be the Digg v4 for facebook, even though historically people don't change their fb habits even with massive revamps, no matter how loud they are about it.
Last edited by SacredPhoenix; 21-05-2012 at 18:34.