The Social Media Bubble Is Here And It's Getting Awfully Big

Unless you've been completely disconnected from the Internet, chances are you heard about AOL acquiring Huffington Post for 315 big ones. $300 Million in cash, $15 Million in AOL stock (*laughs at the stock deal).

Not only did Arianna Huffington, the co-founder go all the way to the bank, she's also now the editor-in-chief of AOL's content division. This video isn't about her and the big success she just had. This video is about the valuations of Social Media sites.

Just recently, we had a bit of fun with Is Facebook Truly Really Worth $50 Billion? and now we're going to have some more fun with this recent acquisition of large proportions. Let's figure it out:

"Are these valuations accurate? Why or why not?"


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