Social networking juggernaut Facebook has crossed 750 million users mark within a span of just one year and it seems like the social networking giant is waiting to reach one billion target before making another announcement. An important aspect of Facebook’s metric system is that the company’s metric include every user in its user base who has logged in the Facebook account at least once in a month and has begun experimenting with sponsored status updates, which can be commented on by users…………..
Last summer, Facebook announced that it had achieved 500 million users and counting and now Facebook’s incredible worldwide growth has reached another major milestone: the service now has 750 million monthly active users. The techcrunch, reached out to Facebook for confirmation and a company spokesperson responded that they don’t have anything to announce at this time. The company hasn’t officially released an updated user count since it reached 500 million users nearly a year ago. Facebook has obviously been growing since then and hope company may be waiting until it hits the 1 billion mark before officially updating the stat again. The last semi-official update came from a leaked Goldman Sachs report for potential Facebook investors that pegged the number at 600 million in January. In the mean time there have been numerous reports from unofficial sources tracking Facebook’s growth. Socialbakers reported in late May that the site was around 700 million users, and Inside Facebook reported that the tally was at 687 million earlier this month. This data can be difficult to interpret because it’s based on third-party companies like Quantcast and/or Facebook’s ad tools, which may not necessarily be completely accurate.