Tag Archives: revenue

Twitter By The (Important) Numbers: Revenue, Profit, Loss – Infographic

how-profitable-is-twitter_524f2b5e52b4fTwitter reported $158,500 in revenue for each of its 2,000 employees in 2012. In comparison, Facebook took in $960,370 per employee, while LinkedIn’s sales equaled $231,502 per employee. Twitter actually lost $40,000 per employee in 2012. Here’s how it compares to other social media and Internet companies.

Source: International Business Times

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Social Media Is A Revenue Creater – Infographic

Infographic---Social-Research-and-RevenueVery slowly the fact that social media can create revenue sets in with marketing and social media pros. While most brands and businesses still trying to figure out how to use data of what people did yesterday, others have grabbed the bull by its horns and have adapted a more aggressive and direct way to offer products and services for their followers and friends to use tomorrow.

This infographic shows how research has established that social media is creating revenue. One of the most remarkable number in this graphic is that 90% of all purchases is based on social influence. Have a look at this infographic.

Infographic Source: SocialAnnex

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Twitter Going Public: Inside Their Revenue Business

There is arguably no business in the Bay area generating more buzz these days than Twitter. It now has more than 200-million active users. Like Facebook, Twitter depends on advertising dollars. And the big business question these days is…what are Twitter ads really worth to marketers?

Social Advertising: Turning Old Fashioned Advertising Upside Down – Infographic

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Social advertising is a market that didn’t exist a decade ago. With the emergence of several big shots in the social media marketplace a new industry was born. Social media platforms such as StumbleUpon, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and many others have created powerful social advertising platforms. By 2017, social advertising is projected to create $11 billion in advertising revenue from $6.1 billion today.

Have a look at this infographic and see how this industry and its biggest players have developed over the past decade.

Source: Unified Social

Increasing Revenue With Social Media: Statistics And Facts – Infographic

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Social media is one of those things that businesses of all sizes know that they need to do, but they are not really sure how to do it, where they can find the time to do it, or if they are willing to pay someone else to do it.

We hope to help you see that you don’t need a lot of time or know-how to effectively use social media to increase revenue for your business.

Source: eMerge

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Tech’s Weak Revenues Bring Top Line Concerns

In today’s “This Matters Now,” Gina Martin Adams, senior equity strategist at Wells Fargo Securities, talks with Tom Keene about sluggish revenues at tech companies and how it is impacting the U.S. economy. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

Got Humor? Google’s Revenue In The Wrong Hands – Infographic

how-a-supervillain-would-spend-googles-revenue_51dabaeaf1b87Google has long-held the motto “don’t be evil,” but what if their 50.2 billion dollars in revenue made it into the wrong hands?

There’s almost no limit to what could be done. In this hand-drawn, comic book-style infographic, Customer Magnetism explores what could happen if a super villain got a hold of Google’s 2012 revenue. From buying a secret submarine lair in Norway, to a crew of robot butlers serving up diamond martinis, to Facebook, and even equipping hammer-head sharks with laser fins, all of the items and their prices are based on reality (though the labor costs involved in getting lasers on the sharks might raise the price quite a bit). Continue reading

Driving Effective Customer Retention for Communications Service Providers – Infographic

In a world where penetration rates for services like mobile have reached more than 100% in many countries, Communications Service Providers (CSPs) are shifting their sales and marketing investment from attracting new customers toward maximizing customer value through improved revenue and retention. Continue reading

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It’s no secret that smartphone use is on the rise. And with it, comes the rise of mobile commerce. In fact, industry research firm Forrester predicts that by 2016, mobile commerce will grow to a total revenue of $31 Billion.

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Is Facebook growing fast enough? – Mark Hulbert – MarketWatch. Facebook Inc.’s revenue is growing at a fast pace. But it isn’t growing fast enough to support the social network’s current stock price. Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) released its latest quarterly earnings … Continue reading

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A new survey of 600 small businesses reveals the majority remain skeptical about economic growth in 2013. However they are optimistic about their own opportunities as nearly half of the respondents expected to grow their business revenues this year.

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A Bite Out of Apple: How the World’s Most Valuable Company Spends Its Money With its explosively popular products and knack for design, Apple, Inc., maintains a wide profit margin on its products while keeping its R&D and lobbying costs … Continue reading

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Real Madrid, Barcelona top rich list according to firm Deloitte – News | FOX Sports on MSN. Source: FOX Sports/AP Real Madrid has remained soccer’s biggest money maker for the eighth straight year as many of Europe’s leading clubs boosted … Continue reading

Performance Of Tech Companies In 2012 – Infographic

This infographic illustrates the performance of selected tech companies in 2012. The chart compares companies such as Apple, Google and Facebook regarding their profit, revenue growth and stock performance.

Source: Statista

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Facebook’s Sunny Third-Quarter Results – Infographic

Facebook reported its third-quarter earnings on Tuesday and to the surprise and delight of Wall Street, the results were not terrible.

In fact, there’s reason to be optimistic that the company is adapting to its fast-growing mobile user base. Key statistics in this regard include the company’s assertion that $3 million a day in revenues now come from mobile ads and that mobile advertising makes up 14% of overall revenues.

As Statista‘s chart below shows, mobile is contributing to a picture of continued growth at Facebook.

Source: Mashable.com, Statista