We averaged out the $6 billion offer from Google and the $15 billion valuation floated in the Wall Street Journal. Then we divided by Groupon's 50 million users.
Then we took 10% off. Because we care.
We averaged out the $50 billion valuation from the Goldman deal with the $76 billion valuation in Sharepost. Then we divided by Facebook's 600 million users.
And they say you can't put a price on friendship.
With a valuation of $5.5 billion as of October 2010, Zynga has more than 215 million monthly active users for a per-user value of $25.58.
Sadly that value can only be redeemed by investors in the form of digital parsnips.
With over 200 million users and a valuation of $3.7 billion, Twitter is worth about $18.05 per user.
But each one of those users totally has like, hundreds of followers.
This morning Bloomberg reported that Foursquare was worth $250 million. Sadly Foursquare emailed us to say that's not true.
Things move fast in the world of tech. It's back to 6 million users at $120 million valuation for a per-user value of $20.
With a valuation of somewhere around $875 million and 560 million users, Skype squeezes a mere $1.56 in market value out of each user.
The Internet telephone company must be in a long-distance relationship with its users!