Facebook has been trying all sorts of things to try and get money flowing to try and appease investors, and it seems that one of their tactics to try and monetize the service is paying for priority messages. You see, if you’re not directly connected to a person, all your messages to them will be sent to their other folder instead of it actually showing up in their Facebook chat. If you don’t want that to happen, you can pay a certain amount of money for it to go to the person’s inbox directly.
Taking that into account, it seems that you will have to pay $100 to have your message delivered straight to Zuck’s inbox as Mashable found out the other day. We did try it ourselves, although the option to pay $100 to send the message to Zuckerberg never showed up for us, so it may be that Facebook is doing it’s initial testing for now, meaning the $100 charge for sending messages straight to a stranger’s inbox may or may not stick in the future. How about you? Would you pay $100 to send a message to Zuckerberg?