On Feb. 4, 2004, Facebook was launched—and changed the world.
That's not hyperbole. Now, 10 years later, one out of every 12 people on Earth has a Facebook profile.
Moreover, if Facebook were a country, it'd be the third largest by population.
To see Facebook's journey to such enormous popularity, take a look at some milestones from its past 10 years, highlighted in the following infographic by DPFOC:
August 2005: The domain facebook.com is bought for $200,000.
September 2006: Facebook News Feed is launched.
November 2007: Facebook Pages and Self-Service Ads Platform is launched.
April 2008: Facebook Chat allows people to instant-message friends.
February 2009: The "Like" button is introduced.
See more highlights and user stats in the infographic:
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