We are only a few weeks away from Facebook’s IPO being released to the public so that we can all buy stock in the company. Mark Zuckerberg is a bit of a genius when it comes to timing. FB isn’t what it used to be and sites like Pinterest, Twitter and possibly Google+ pose a threat to the site’s popularity.
Mark was portrayed as a d-bag in The Social Network, then he donated $100 million to struggling inner-city New Jersey schools before the film was released. Then late last year, Mark’s FB account was hacked and photos of Mark and his girlfriend Priscilla Chan were leaked online! This year may be more positive for Zuckerberg.
He’s created a feature on Facebook that allows users to not only donate organs, but find Facebook users who need organs. It’s revolutionary and this move continues to prove that Facebook can change lives for the better.
ABC reports: “Today, more than 114,000 people in the United States, and millions more around the globe, are waiting for the heart, kidney or liver transplant that will save their lives. An average of 18 people per day will die waiting.”
Innovation can keep a brand alive. Good for Mark, everyone at Facebook, and the potential millions who may benefit from Facebook’s newest feature! Jump in for his interview.