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Facebook (FB -2.8%) mentions in its Q2 10-Q that 103M of its 543M mobile monthly users only...

Facebook (FB -2.8%) mentions in its Q2 10-Q that 103M of its 543M mobile monthly users only accessed its services via mobile devices; that helps explain Facebook's U.S. ad impression drop, and drives home the company's need to improve mobile monetization ASAP. Also mentioned: Zynga (ZNGA -4.1%) made up 14% of revenue, down from Q1's 19%; $633M was spent in 1H on patent acquisitions; and duplicate accounts could make up 4.8% of users (46M).
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  • thomasone
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    have not invested in FB, small investment in LinkedIn, always worries about how to monetize and apple with iphone/ipad and facetime with a simple app could have double the amount of mobile users if they expanded on facetime. If apple does not grab the opporutnity Microsoft will ithe windows 8 and their own hardware.

     

    franky, do not like Zuckenberg as he wants to control shareholders rights - he should not have gone public if he did not want shareholders to have a say.
    1 Aug 2012, 04:59 PM Reply Like
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