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This morning, there are more than one billion people using Facebook actively each month.
Facebook Reaches 1 Billion Active Users [newsroom.fb.com]
99 percent of sales generated from online branding ad campaigns were from people that saw, but did not interact with, ads— proof that it is the delivery of the marketing message to the right consumer, not the click, that creates real value for brand advertisers.
[edited by: engine at 3:26 pm (utc) on Oct 4, 2012]
They don't..not for a minute
I was talking to [Facebook board member] Marc Andreessen about this and he said the only two companies that he thought of that had a billion customers are Coca-Cola (KO) and McDonald’s (MCD).
Whereas this would be considered as 20 separate users...?
[edited by: Leosghost at 4:11 pm (utc) on Oct 4, 2012]
The naysayers just can't accept that Facebook keeps growing.
And as I have said on other threads Facebook will soon overtake Google as the number one site in the world.
What good is a billion users if you can't make money off of them?
Google: 40,000 EUR/year
Facebook: 0 EUR
There is definetly something wrong with Facebooks business model. When Google started Adwords it took not more than a few minutes to convince me to sign up. I started using it on day one. I still don't see why I should spend a single euro on facebook ads.
Sorry to burst some conspiracy theory bubbles, but yes Facebook actually has 1 billion "REAL" active members using the site each month. And that's taking into consideration double accounts, business accounts and spam accounts. That's 1 billion real people using Facebook on average of once a month.
Yes it sounds un realistic, but it is true.
So its really just a questions of watching what you say anywhere on the internet.