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Posts Tagged ‘twitter v facebook’
Twitter’s stock has enjoyed a little bit of an uptick this week, jumping 11 percent on Wednesday after a much-needed buy upgrade from Nomura.
However, share prices are still down some 45 percent this year and Twitter still needs to convince a skeptical investor market that it’s a good bet for the future, particularly when compared to its great rival, Facebook.
Being unfriended on Facebook is like being phased out of a friendship in real life – you rarely know it’s happened until a significant period of time has passed (Facebook, like your real life “friends”, doesn’t inform you when you’ve been let go), and your reaction when finding out is typically a face-saving: “Good riddance.”
Still, sometimes the friendship was meaningful and being rejected on Facebook stings. So, here’s the big question: why?
In the last 30 seconds Apple generated revenues of $166,921.
Google? $58,429. Amazon picked up $72,714 and Facebook $7,688.
And Twitter? $649, although it actually made a net loss of $630.