By Hernando Cadet
Facebook may be looking to start fitting in with the rest of the world’s biggest companies; Facebook had a good run as a company. The team did a great job at making Facebook be the number one social-media site in the world. But I think that is about to change, hopefully the company won’t go down as low as MySpace but the beginning of Facebook’s end as the number one social-network in the world is beginning to be seen in the horizon. This of course would take some time, if we analyse what’s been happening in with Facebook’s career in the past five years we can see that their profits are not as big as they were. Also they are becoming like MySpace because people are allowed to be fake on Facebook, which is definitely bringing the company down.
At this time though Facebook remains very strong in the social network online world, the company does have 901 million users and they believe that they will be around forever. But so did MySpace and many other social network sites that saw some kind of success in the social network online world.
But I must say this though, online sources and news outlets are finding that Americans are starting to see Facebook as something of the past. Some people are even wondering if there is anything out there that can compete with the social network site giant such as Facebook. People are wondering if there is anything out there that can be better than Facebook. If there is something out there better then it needs to come to light and let the people of the online world have a taste of it.
Facebook’s fame is not anywhere near its end though, Facebook’s future is also looking bright, so the people at the company don’t have to worry about finding employment else where. They do have a lot of money riding on their future; they may not end up on as the top forever but they will sure be one of those websites that will never be forgotten even 500000000000000 years from now.
The days of Facebook’s fame are not going to last forever though that’s for sure, some sources online, are confirming that its revenue fell in the first quarter of 2012 to $1.6bn valuation compared with the $1.131bn achieved in the fourth quarter last year.
Facebook has matured though, along with all the staff, according to online sources Facebook’s users spend 14% of their time online on Facebook. This is in the United States and the world, Facebook makes so much money that they might be mature enough in the world economy.
If Facebook morphs though they will be able to get to where they want to go for sure, sources online confirm, Facebook is hoping to be involved in other things and spread globally. Facebook has enough money to create a new device that only they can provide. It would be a waste if Facebook doesn’t look into creating other lines of business for themselves.