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  • hugeslick hugeslick Nov 13, 2010 4:25 PM Flag

    THE NEXT 10- BAGGER!!!! MUST READ!

    BSGC = Next Facebook = Next 10 Bagger


    When it comes to social networking websites traffic is the key figure to determine the valuation of each website. The higher number of visitors to the website the higher its traffic ranking. This in turn allows the websites to charge more for advertising which is the biggest form of revenue generation for these companies. PeopleString.com is currently the 944th most visited website in the U.S. & 2,401st in the entire world. The best part is the ranking continues to decrease (lower the better) & the site is consistently pulling in more & more traffic each & every day. Lets review traffic rankings taken from Alexa.com, which is the leading website traffic ranking service. Lets first compare the website traffic rankings for PeopleString, Quepasa, & Blippy. As you can see from the image above PeopleString.com traffic rank is higher then Quepasa.com & completely obliterates Blippy.com.
    Now look at the market cap of both Quepasa & Blippy. Now take a look below at a comparison of the amount unique page views for the 3 Social Networking sites. Once again PeopleString.com gallops ahead of both Quepasa & Blippy. If you notice in the first image the market cap of QPSA- Quepasa is currently $57 Million. Blippy`s market valuation as per their most recent venture capital funding is $46 Million. When PeopleString.com has it`s IPO what will it`s market cap be Also PeopleString`s traffic ranking continues to increase & it is accelerating at a higher rate each day. BSGCowns 27% of common shares of PeopleString.com. As of their latest 10Q filed May 17th, BSGC has roughly 80,000,000 shares issued & outstanding. Lets take those numbers and put some real value behind them by using the current valuations of Quepasa & Blippy for our example: If PeopleString.com IPO at Blippy`s current valuation of $46 Million. BSGCowns 27% which would be an asset of $12.42 Millionor 0.1774 PER SHARE. If PeopleString.com IPO at Quepasa`s current valuation of $57 Million.

    BSGC owns 27% which would be an asset of $15.39 Million or 0.2198 PER SHARE. Remember the amount of traffic that PeopleString.com generates is currently greater then both Blippy & Quepasa as seen by the images above. The best part about it is this traffic isn`t projected or expected only it the REALtraffic being generated RIGHT NOW! Our current comparison focuses on the present & compares the statistics of PeopleString versus only Quepasa & Blippy. What if PeopleString takes off on a life of its own like we saw with Facebook & more recently Twitter & continues the rapid traffic rise & membership growth Twitter wasn`t that popular 2 years ago, but it grew from a $80 Million market cap in May of 2008, to a $1 BILLION market cap in just September of 2009! Imagine if PeopleString continues on its growth rates & becomes as big as Twitter What would the valuation of BSGCbe then The best part about all this is that not a lot of people even know that BSGCowns 27% of PeopleString & that PeopleString is set to go public. Do a search at InvestorsHub & see just how many people are talking about BSGCor PeopleString right now. You won`t find that many... The reason is BSGC is not a fluff press release machine. They stick to facts & wait for the pieces of the puzzle to fall into place at their own pace. When PeopleString.com IPOs expect to see a flurry of updates from BSGCas they are the parent company. With only 70 Million shares outstanding & a history of not being a dilution machine (diluted only 25 million shares over the past 2 years) BSGCshould continue heading higher & eventually rise to fair valuation.

 
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