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  • icgemanagementloser icgemanagementloser Dec 9, 2012 5:13 PM Flag

    REASONS why VELT will be $50+ stock someday, Read this - 6 BILLION mobile phone users now

    American venture capitalist and “Queen of the Net” Mary Meeker gave a presentation at Stanford University earlier this week on the state of the Internet. As every tech publication out there is saying, this report is definitely a must-read for any and all either slightly interested or deeply immersed in the industry. Below are key highlights Meeker covered on the mobile space, including my personal key takeaways for mobile marketers & advertisers to consider.

    HIGHLIGHTS:

    The number of smartphone subscribers is seeing double digit growth year on year worldwide, led by China and the U.S. at 50% each. At the end of 2012, there will be one billion smartphone users and five billion mobile phone users worldwide. Global iPhone adoption has steadily increased in the first 16 quarters after launch at more than 100M cumulative units shipped as of Q3 2012. Android adoption has increased even faster than iPhone adoption—650M units shipped as of Q3 2012. Amongst kids in the U.S. ages 6-12, out of all mobile devices, tablets, and game consoles available on the market, the most sought-after device is the iPad (48% of kids surveyed), beating out the Nintendo Wii U (39%) and leaving Sony’s PlayStation 3 and Microsoft’s Xbox 360 in the dust (26% and 25%, respectively). Number of smartphones and tablets shipped globally surpassed number of desktop and notebook PCs in Q4 2010. Global smartphone and tablet installed base is predicted to exceed global PC base in Q2 2013. Global mobile traffic rising rapidly—13% of total Internet traffic in November 2012, up from 4% in December 2010. Mobile Internet traffic in India actually surpassed desktop Internet traffic in June 2012. Global mobile app and advertising revenue will be at $19bn at the end of 2012, up from $15bn at the end of 2011. American consumers spend 10% of their media consumption time on mobile, while only 1% of advertising spend is spent on the mobile channel.

    Check the more detailed version on Velti's website under its blog section and do some searches on growth of mobile advertising, branding and mobile computing sort of keywords.
    Also rumors are that Yahoo is interested in acquiring Millenia Media (MM), if so watch for Google or Facebook to snap up Velti. With or without buyout someday I see VELT at $50+ imho

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    • Love their 1300+ global corporate clients which makes this a $25+ stock even today. This should be record qtr in company's operating history.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 1 Reply to bullinvestor2003
      • 1300+ global customers with 91% retention rate and 4000+ campaigns just in 2011
        Customers to name a few - Ford, Subway, Verizon, Vodaphone, T-Mobile, Starbucks, Macys, Armani Exchange, IBM, Coca Cola, Sony, IBM, Shell, HP, Unilever, Microsoft, CBS, Reebok, Johnson & Johnson, Mastercard, Clinique, Nestle, Proctor & Gamble, Dell, Intel, Levis, Nokia, MTV, Honda, Citibank, McDonalds, Airtel, Google, Time, CNN, Crocs, Dominos Pizza, Lenovo, JC Penney, Hyndai, Toyota, Bayer, Kellogs, BBC, Skype, Colgate, AT&T, Oracle, GM, Adidas, Canon, Chevrolet, Alibaba and hundreds of more. (Source Velti presentation)

        $14.5 billion mobile marketing and advertising spending by 2014 with 6+ billion just mobile phone now worldwide with other handheld devices like Tablets, iPads add to this huge opportunity. More smart phone users daily exploding the opportunity for Velti.

 
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