Mark Zuckerberg Loses $3.3 Billion After Announcing Facebook’s Upcoming Changes

Hannah Bleau

If you’re not coming to at least once a day, you’re missing out on a ton of great stuff. I can’t tell you how many people have told us that they’re not seeing our updates or posts in their Facebook feed anymore. Heck, that happened to me too. I’m all up on the COTR page all day long and Facebook removed it from MY feed. I’ve done everything. I even switched to “see first” and within three days, it automatically went back to the default setting. It’s discouraging to hear that others are having the same trouble. And it was even MORE discouraging to hear Mark Suckerberg’s Zuckerberg’s latest announcement.

In other words, Zuckerberg thinks he knows what you want to see more than you do. He knows what’s best for you and your health. He really cares about your mental well-being. It’s inconceivable to him that you would WANT to see pages you chose to “like” pop up in your newsfeed. Clearly, you suck at making decisions and don’t care about yourself, so he’s doing you a solid and overriding your decision for your own good.

That’s the basic recap. I urge you to read Mockarena’s post on this. Everything you need to know is right here.

This was bad news to us. People are already struggling to find our content in their newsfeed. This will only make things worse. Hence, we created a super cool and exclusive group so you won’t miss a thing. Join right here, right now in ADDITION to coming directly to the website once a day. Bookmark it. It’ll take 3 seconds. Zuckerberg and his minions can’t do anything about that.

We’re going to get through this.

Meanwhile, Zuckerberg’s little decision is ticking everyone off, and he’s already losing money. He lost $3.3 billion following his announcement. See for yourself.

The co-founder of the world’s largest social-media business saw his fortune fall $3.3 billion Friday after he posted plans to shift users’ news feeds toward content from family and friends at the expense of material from media outlets and businesses.

Shares of Menlo Park, California-based Facebook tumbled 4.5 percent on Friday in New York, cutting Zuckerberg’s fortune to $74 billion on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. He lost his place as the world’s fourth-richest person to Spanish retail billionaire Amancio Ortega.

The drop wiped out much of the $4.5 billion Zuckerberg, 33, had added this year through Thursday.

We’ll see how long Zuckerberg pretends to not care about the money side of this. I have a feeling there will be some adjustments. Either way, join our group and bookmark COTR. Bypass Facebook altogether. Then you’ll never miss a thing!