Interesting that a Facebook user is worth more than a LinkedIn user…

I don’t understand how it is even remotely possible that the market would value a Facebook user at more than a LinkedIn user.

I have never clicked on a Facebook ad.  I suspect I’m not alone.  Neither I, nor any person on earth, has EVER paid to be a Facebook user.  On the other hand, LinkedIn offers four levels of service (three of which cost money).  It also offers the user a much greater degree of utility, in my humble opinion, than FB does…

So why is LinkedIn valued at only $2.74/user ($274 Million for 100 Million users), while the market values a FB user at somewhere between $100 and $200 depending on who you listen to…???  It just makes no sense to me.  How can a FB user (who pays nothing) be worth almost 100X what a LinkedIn user is.

I think that Patrick Willis Jersey either FB’s value is way overstated, or LinkedIn’s is understated.  My guess is the former.  Let’s see Patrick Willis Authentic Jersey if FB can really sustain Patrick Willis Womens Jersey a $100 Billion valuation or higher when it releases results and has to deal with the perils of Patrick Willis Youth Jersey Wall St.  I predict it tanks.  I don’t think FB can sustain earnings of $5 to $7 Million which is what will be required Patrick Willis Kids Jersey to sustain it.