31 Aug '12, 12pm

Analysts Slash Facebook’s Projected Earnings by $1 Billion: Ever since Facebook’s long-awaited IPO, the social m...

Analysts Slash Facebook’s Projected Earnings by $1 Billion: Ever since Facebook’s long-awaited IPO, the social m...

While the majority of the eMarketer news was negative, investors will be pleased with some of the report’s information. Paid advertising, which currently accounts for 83.9 percent of Facebook’s revenue, has significantly decreased as a percentage of total revenues. The fact that non-advertising revenues are expected to grow by 45.6 percent during 2012 indicates a more stable revenue stream for Facebook moving forward. The impressive growth in non-advertising revenues has been fueled by an increased use of the site’s digital currency: Facebook Credits.

Full article: http://www.searchenginejournal.com/emarketer-decreases-fa...

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