Today we came with interesting technology news about Facebook for you. This is technology news in about the report in which Facebook hearsay his income for the year 2012 and it was only $ 1.585 billion, versus $ 1.131 billion in the year ago phase.
Facebook as a Mobile Company
If you are using web, you can see that there is an abundance of room to throw a spread out explosion of ads to the people and the ads giver is hoping that they will work and someone attract to them. But on mobile there is totally different situation takes place because on mobile there is a condensed actual estate you should make each pixel calculate by placing ads with a very sensitive precision. Fb done very well in Q4 2012 and he placed social network on mobile very well on the mobile there is no shotgun approach because you are dealing with smart screen.
Mark Zuckerberg said that “Most people underestimate how fundamentally good the trend towards mobile can be for Facebook.” Facebook is very well in placing the ads on mobile that’s the reason that the 23 per cent profit of Fb is coming from mobile ads. He also said in the sponsor call that “There’s no argument, Facebook is a mobile company.” In his call he also give importance to a information that now most of the people are interested to use Fb on mobile phone. The Facebook is also providing the users of mobile with new features of Facebook on mobile.
Facebook Mobile Apps
The CEO of Facebook said that “Mobile ads have done well. Ads in news feed barely affected level of engagement in Facebook. There’s a big opportunity for us here.”
There is technology news that the Fb is going to launch a wave of mobile apps in 2012 and they are beginning from Poke to Facebook Camera, to Facebook Page, Managers and major update to the Facebook Messenger and for the Android and iOS. With this iOS version the people of US and Canada can make voice calls with Messenger.
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