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In late 2007 Microsoft purchased a 1.6% share in Facebook for $240 million, giving the company a total valuation of around $15 billion. By 2009 Facebook was ranked as the most widely used social networking site in the world, and a year later an estimated 42% of the U.S. population had a Facebook account. In September 2009 Facebook announced it had become cash-flow positive for the first time, and a year later it was valued at $14 billion—becoming the third-largest U.S. internet company behind Google and Amazon.
Facebook reached a trillion page views in June 2011, and held a widely anticipated (and somewhat disappointing) public offering this May.
Like other businesses, Shutterbug launched a Facebook page, which we view as a extension of our printed magazine and popular website shutterbug.com—giving members of the photo community an opportunity to interact with us and each other in real time. If you aren’t already a fan of Shutterbug Magazine on Facebook, we invite you to join us now.
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