We are well aware of Facebook’s new entries every now & then that could turn out new revenues. Now a new revealed thing brought in its extreme eagerness about doing so. A news agency found out that if a user wishes to send message to the founder of the social giant i.e. Mark Zuckerberg then the site would offer an option to put the user’s message out of Mark’s “Other” folder in Inbox if the user pays a handsome $100. The news insider reveals that while testing this from varied accounts, it displayed that the users get this message if Mark Zukerberg is not in their contacts. The CEO’s contact boasts of 16 million followers. Active Facebook users will know this as a variant of the $1 pay-to-message plan that the social giant has implemented just a while before for specific users.
Now the social leader will be experimenting with different pricing methods, so it’s likely we’re initiating to see the outcomes of that. In the preceding month – December, Facebook charges many people $100 for getting benefitting of the service, but this is the first time ever that we’ve noticed such thing and implemented on users. The “Other” Inbox is Facebook’s dumping system for any messages that it thinks that it’s not important for you to read it immediately. For some time this went into criticism & controversies, as major users are fully unknown of its presence while many have found out that the messages they intend they would read some time, for example job opportunities. Now the giant has something from a spokesman to say: “We are testing some extreme price points to see what works to filter spam.”