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A well-placed mole has forwarded us the Silicon Valley equivalent of hard-core pornography: an explicit look at Facebook's finances.
Does this mean an ad will cost $40 million dollars per spot?
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Worldwide ad revenues for Facebook will rise 104% this year to $3.8 billion, eMarketer estimates. As the social network doubles its advertising intake, it is also diversifying its revenue streams and adding dollars through other means, like Credits. eMarketer’s forecast updates earlier estimates for 2011 Facebook revenues. In January, eMarketer forecast ad revenues would reach $4.05 billion this year. “This slight revision downward for 2011 should not be taken as a sign that Facebook’s overall business is losing momentum,” said Debra Aho Williamson, eMarketer principal analyst. “Facebook’s revenue streams will continue to diversify, with ads representing a decreasing proportion of total revenue while other sources, such as Facebook Credits, will grow,” said Williamson.
Facebook's global revenue is expected to double this year to $4.27 billion, research firm eMarketer said Tuesday. Facebook's global revenue is expected to double this year to $4.27 billion, research firm eMarketer said Tuesday. The Palo Alto, California-based social network is expected to earn $3.8 billion worldwide this year in advertising revenue, eMarketer said, up 104 percent from the $1.86 billion it raked in last year.
Due in large part to the growth of Facebook Credits , the social network’s internal payment system for virtual goods, Facebook’s revenue is on target to hit $4.27 billion this year. According to forecasts from market research firm eMarketer , this number is composed of around $3.8 billion in ad revenue and $470 million in Facebook Credits. The combined sum has risen drastically from a reported $2 billion in revenue in 2010 and around $800 million in 2009 .
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Photo by Kimberly White, Reuters (Reuters) – Facebook’s revenue rose to $1.6 billion in 2011′s first half, a source with knowledge of its financials told Reuters.