Oct 31, 2013

Facebook earnings show that desktop ads — and Google — may soon become irrelevant
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Facebook, Marketing

If trends in tech and business continue, the desktop will soon become completely irrelevant to an Internet company’s bottom line — as irrelevant as mobile ads were back in 2010.

Take Facebook, for example.

Like LinkedIn, Facebook has put a huge amount of focus onto its mobile apps, ads, features, performance, and platforms.

And that focus is paying off, with mobile-derived revenues soaring and quickly accounting for more cash than ads on any other platform.

In its earnings for the third quarter of 2013, the company posted $2.06 billion in revenue, up from $1.26 billion year over year, with a profit of $425 million.

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via Facebook earnings show that desktop ads — and Google — may soon become irrelevant | VentureBeat.

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