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Facebook’s ad strategy : Analysts weigh in

analyse - 6 octobre 2012

lire sur le site originel >>> (washingtonpost.com)

With over one billion users, Facebook is officially more than three times the size of the United States population. Despite its long reach, one question has plagued the company and its new investors : Why can’t they make more money off that huge pool of users ?
The company has rolled out a few new ways to generate revenue, offering advertising opportunities for companiesand allowing its users to shop for gifts on the social network.
Earlier this week, it made its most aggressive pitch yet (...)



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