*ATT, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile: All use branded MOTR Software *MOTR drives traffic to the Telco site rather than GOOG or YHOO *Dumb phones needing portal make up 79 percent of all mobile devices *The carriers use MOTR software to control the flow of advertising dollars *MOTR also optimizes websites for small phones *MOTR aggregates information from social-networking sites like Facebook and Twitter *MOTR has generated over $2.5 billion in revenues for carrier customers through the sale of content and applications *MOTR has powered about 50 billion pageviews worth about $600 million in usage-based transport revenues *MOTR supports over 35 million subscribers on over 2,000 phones *MOTR supports phones running BlackBerry operating system and Google’s Andriod OS - they may have browsers, but they still ship with Motricity’s portal. MOTR is the largest third-party vendor in the space, with an 80 percent market share *Only 5 percent of mobile phones sold worldwide last year had Internet access, but that should go to 22 percent by 2012 *MOTR has access to 90 percent of the total US subscriber base *MOTR is set to conquer India
Desperation all over the place - shorts or longs, but great article IMHO. The article will be the reason to buy for me. I will initiate some position today, especially ahead of CC tommorrow! With or without the article, the CC will likely take this way up and trigger some SQUEEZE! Why do I always like that word..squeezzee
This article is merely a rehash of Motricity’s marketing babble. It’s a misleading mash of truths, sort-of truths and outright falsehoods. For instance, MOTR does not optimize websites for small phones – whatever small phones are, nor is MOTR software “used to control the flow of advertising dollars.” I could go line by line but the bottom line is if they were delivering wouldn’t they have blown away estimates given this fabulous “story” and market upside?