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June 14, 2012

Facebook Loses $33 billion post IPO, records 18million new users last month

Facebook by the numbers infographic

Created by: Memeburn.com
Facebook by the numbers [Infographic] | memeburn: " An average of 526-million people logged in to Facebook daily in March 2012. It had 488-million monthly active users of its mobile products in that month — that number increased by more than 18 million by the end of April. Yes, 18-million in less than a month. 


 Facebook users generated 3.2-billion likes and comments in the first three months of the year. The social network has almost a billion users who log in at least once a month.
'via Blog this'

February 26, 2012

Facebook to account 6.5% of all online ad spending in US




Growth in Facebook ad revenues may be slowing, according to eMarketer estimates, but they will still swell more than 60% this year to reach $5.06 billion worldwide, after posting growth of 68.2% in 2011.

According to eMarketer projections, by 2013 and 2014, growth rates will dip significantly, and by the end of eMarketer’s forecast period worldwide revenues at the social networking giant will be just shy of $8 billion—more than double 2011 revenues.



In the US, Facebook will take in $2.58 billion this year, or 51% of its total worldwide revenues. That’s down from 55% in 2011 and will drop further, to 49%, in 2013 and 2014 as international markets make up a larger share of Facebook’s ad revenues. This year, Facebook will account for 6.5% of all online ad revenues in the US, up from 5.4% in 2011. Its share will rise to 7.1% in 2013 and 2014.

Advertising, which made up nearly all of Facebook’s worldwide revenues in 2009 and 95% of the total in 2010, still represents the lion’s share of the social networking site’s income, even as that percentage continues to shrink every year. In 2011, eMarketer estimates, 85% of Facebook’s global revenues came from ads, with the remainder coming from Credits and other sources. By the end of 2012, advertising’s share will again sink slightly, to 83% of the tota

February 8, 2012

Most Active Industry On Facebook : Engagement vs Cost per Click





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Facebook Ad Revenue 2009 to 2011


Facebook made $943 million in advertising revenue in Q4 2011. That puts Facebook on course to sell well over $1 billion in ads in Q1 2012.Ad revenue in 2011 was $3.2 billion, up 69 percent from $1.9 billion in 2010. 

There was also a 42 percent increase in ads delivered in 2011. The difference between the percentage increases is explained thus, in 
Facebook's S-1 filing with the SEC:
Total revenue for last year was $3.7 billion, Facebook's filing said, representing a near doubling of 2010's revenue of $1.97 billion. Games developer Zynga helped generate 12 percent of Facebook's revenues last year

"There was an 18% increase in price of ads 2011." Facebook spent $427 million on marketing and sales in 2011, up from $184 million the year before.



February 7, 2012

February 2, 2012

The Numbers Behind Facebook IPO Valuation:



As the world  anticipates Facebook to file for an initial public offering this week, and most indicators point to $10 billion in stock and a valuation at over $100 billion.


Facebook is likely to be among the top 5  biggest tech IPO in history (The biggest social network of our times valuation rivals some of the world’s biggest multinational banks and telecoms


According to  Statista Most of the numbers indicate that Facebook is built to last. Its ad revenue far surpasses its social network contemporaries, its user base is projected to grow in 2012, and its revenue per employee and per user is on a steady upward climb.

September 13, 2011

Who Is Making How Much : Facebook Vs Google : Revenue Comparison





Facebook is growing pretty fast -- the company has booked more than $1.6 billion in sales in the first half of 2011, and is likely to reach $4 billion by the end of the year.
But Google grew a lot faster in its first seven years. Facebook is doing way better than Yahoo, though

Net income in the first half of 2011 came to almost $500 million, according to the source, who wished to remain anonymous because privately-held Facebook does not disclose its results .That's about twice as much as it earned and booked during the first half of 2010



According to Bussinessinsider ,  the earlier projection  in April  was that that Facebook could see up to $4 billion in revenue for the year, and $2 billion in EBITDA earnings. The year is half over, and Facebook is less than halfway there.

Advertising usually picks up in the last quarter of the year, so Facebook will probably achieve this Target.

However the Fact  remains that " Facebook Though has grown its marketshare very quickly, the same cannot be said of its Financial performance ( revenue). Facebook hasn't provided much information about how it will grow its revenues beyond advertising -- it canceled its daily deals service after only a few months of testing, and so far it hasn't done much to extend Credits beyond in-game purchases, although rumors of a new mobile payment platform have been swirling since early this summer.

Facebook's stronger results come as investors have pushed its valuation to roughly $80 billion in private markets, with many industry observers expecting the world's No. 1 Internet social network to go public in 2012.