In case you missed the news on your way to Facebook this morning, the company is worth 104 billion dollars.
As Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg rings the NASDAQ opening bell, the opening share price of $38 is expected to climb, just like the number of monthly Facebook users.
Up until today, Facebook has been a private company, but starting today, anyone can buy Facebook stock, not that you should run out and buy a share of FB.
Check out how much you’re worth to Facebook, and how what the Facebook IPO looks like by the numbers.
How Much am I Worth to Facebook?
Based on the $104 billion dollar valuation, each member of Facebook (including you) is worth about $115.30 to the company.
In reality, Facebook made about $4 per active user in 2011 according to Forrester.
If you want to check how much you’re worth to Facebook based on your use of Facebook, the ABINE Facebook-VAL-YOU calculator will tell you how much you are worth to Facebook in Advertising revenue.
I’m worth a whopping $71 in advertising revenue to Facebook.
FaceBook iPO by The Numbers
$4 – The cost to invest in FB stock through a service like ShareBuilder.
$38 a Share – The price of one share of Facebook stock at the open of the market today is $38.
421,233,615 – The number of shares available for purchase at the IPO.
$15 Billion – The amount a group of users is suing Facebook for over privacy issues.
$16 Billion – The amount of money Facebook will raise from the Initial Public Offering (IPO).
901 million – The number of Facebook users at the end of March.
526 Million – The number of daily active users on Facebook.
488 Million – The number of monthly active users on Facebook mobile apps and websites.
1 Billion – The number of expected Facebook users by the end of 2012.
$104 Billion Dollars – The value of Facebook based on the price of shares.
125 Billion – The number of friend connections formed on Facebook by the end of March 2012.
1 Trillion – The number of monthly page views on Facebook.com.
Watch Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg ring the NASDAQ opening bell on Facebook.
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