Q&A Catherine C k of myYearb k friday
C k has been loved by news since she and brothers Dave and Geoff established the high sch l-focused social media website in 2005 вЂ“ whenever she was was barely old enough to drive вЂ“ after deciding that traditional yearb ks werenвЂ™t making the cut into the age of brand new media.
The award was accepted with pride, weвЂ™re yes, but we wondered when one turns into a regular, old вЂњentrepreneur.вЂќ All things considered, C k is not sixteen anymore.
I do like having that added honor to it, but I feel like sometimes itвЂ™s glamвЂ™d up a little t muchвЂњ I am 19. When many people hear it they acquire some sort of skewed perception that youвЂ™re a millionaire and a big spender,вЂќ C k told Technically Philly in a telephone meeting.
вЂњI drive a 1996 Mitsubishi Galant.вЂќ
WeвЂ™d like to believe that C k might be considering an upgrade since the company recently chose to monetize its Lunch Money feature, a currency that is virtual which users should buy gift ideas for friends or subscribe to noble factors. One million fake dollars are priced at $9.99 cash that is real. Six months in, Lunch Money is making eight figures in product sales, C k tells us. Virtual gifts have become one-third of the companyвЂ™s revenue. Continue reading