Zuckerberg Wisdom Is A Bargain
I think we’d all agree the Mark Zuckerberg is probably smarter than you and me and definately luckier. So question is if you had a question to ask the man how much would it be worth to you? Well aparently they are hoping $100 sounds about right. Don’t believe me?
PC World writes:
‘The option to pay $100 to message Zuckerberg isn’t open to everyone, but was spotted by Mashable, which posted a screen capture of the option in action. Apparently, Facebook is playing around with a feature it introduced last month when it began allowing people to send emails to persons they’re not friends with for $1.
_For example, if you want to send a message to someone you heard speak at an event but are not friends with, or if you want to message someone about a job opportunity, you can use this feature to reach their Inbox,” Facebook wrote in a press release. “For the receiver, this test allows them to hear from people who have an important message to send them.”
At the time, Facebook said the $1 test only worked between individual users in the U.S., and users could have no more than one message per week routed from their “other” folder to the inbox. Apparently the social network’s priority-email-for-a-buck trial got some traction, or it wouldn’t throw the $100 option out there.
It’s an interesting concept, but one has to wonder how effective such messaging would actually be.”
Kind of cool. I wonder what is costs to actually get an answer. And if not Mark, who would you pay $100.00 to get an e-mail to? Imagine if every zillionaire, starlet and politician offerd it up.