Facebook Celebrates 13th Birthday: It’s been 13 years, Facebook has been in a position which is more than it think. Facebook is celebrating its 13th birthday with #friendsday video. The videos started appearing on users news feeds recently, with a dancing figure made up of tiny pictures of your friends. You can also edit the video with the friends you wanted to and also can tag your friends.
Facebook Celebrates 13th Birthday with a Video of Your Friends:
Facebook now has an estimated market cap of $377.42 billion and has gone on to acquire 66 startups, the most notable of which are Instagram, Oculus VR, and WhatsApp for $1 billion, $2 billion, and $16 billion, respectively. Facebook had also gone public on the NASDAQ in May 2012 and reached a market cap of $104 billion after it began selling its stock. “We continue to expect ad revenue growth rate will come down meaningfully in 2017,” David Wehner, Facebook CFO, told MarketWatch.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said in a post that, “Friends Day is especially meaningful for me as I reflect on all the friendships and the community that have sustained me since I started Facebook 13 years ago. It has been an incredible period, yet we have so much work ahead to bring people together. On this Friends Day, I hope you take a minute today and reach out to someone no matter where they are and tell them how much they mean to you. I’m grateful for every person who has been a part of this journey and cares as much as I do about connecting people. Have a great Friends Day.”
Messenger also added a new feature along with Facebook’s celebration of Friend’s Day is which is now featuring highlighted friendship-themed GIFs.