Let me guess. You shorted last night at the Top. Sold when it Sank and now you are the genius again. Oh, and you shorted like a million shares or something like that.
I'm not your friend, but I use Twitter, and I also own FB. Not mutually exclusive. I don't think they have the same uses therfore, they are not incompetition.
"The 200 million-plus Twitter nation is a powerful and influential force that you have to pay attention to," says Jeff Charney, Progressive's chief marketing officer. He says the insurer will consider spending more as Twitter grows. But Facebook has "more heft," he says. "You just can't ignore Facebook."
MarkWang2003 the guy who keeps shorting but never covering. The guy with unlimited resources who has nothing better to do that to constantly post on Yahoo Message boards. Yea, that makes sense.
Much of the world is just getting to know KO. You're too focused on the US where KO is a mature product.
How many venues can measure success. This article is saying FB can show it's effectivness to Moble Phone users. That's at lease quantitative. I was thinking the same as you tho.. 43% Vs 57%.
See Yahoo News today from Reuters (Facebook broadens effort to show ad payoff)
A recent survey by industry magazine Advertising Age and RBC Capital Markets found that 43 percent of respondents believed their return on investment from Facebook ads had "dramatically" or "somewhat" improved over the last six months.