Facebook stock took another huge dive yesterday but even if it doesn't hit zero anytime soon, there may not be many advertisers or users left.
After a week of the blogosphere berating the social network and pointing out surveys showing few users ever pay attention to ads on the site, as well as a major decline in usage and logins, Facebook has more than a couple of black-eyes.
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Facebook's share price dove almost 10% again yesterday for over $35 billion in lost value since the IPO. An announcement of a new acquisition could make things even worse. What does this mean for business owners debating marketing on Facebook?
Are Google and Facebook destined for a MySpace fate within the next 3 to 7 years?
Besides Facebook's miserable IPO performance and a line of potential lawsuits, some voices in the blogosphere are already questioning whether the social media giant and its nemesis Google will still be around and be relevant in just a few years from now.
Facebook's IPO dismally failed to keep up with most estimates of closing day share prices but Zuckerberg still ranks among the country's richest. So what powerful lessons are to be picked up from the fiasco by small business owners and entrepreneurs?
Mark Zuckerberg has already lost more than $2 billion since Facebook went public. Luckily he can clearly afford it after an almost $20 billion windfall last week. However it is clear that there are powerful lessons to be learned here, both for those rushing towards their own giant IPOs and new startups.
Where is Facebook's stock going to top out at today?
Not ready to put your money on the line yet? That's OK, join the fun with a harmless prediction via Tweet and have your vote counted on the site thrown up overnight on Tuesday by James Proud.
The current average stands at a forecast of $54 a share or a total value for Facebook of $135,718,802,154.
However, if you're feeling lucky there are a few sites that offer the ability to acquire a single share. Consider it a souvenir or make it a gift.
In an effort to spur more marketing and more usage of the social network for business, Facebook has followed the recent lead of search giants, Google and Bing, in sharing with brand owners what they need to do to increase advertising effectiveness.
After a month of comparing the results of various brands on Facebook, the social platform has determined businesses aren't pitching themselves hard enough, contrary to what many "gurus" have been saying.
Facebook and Microsoft are teaming up to take on search giant, Google. What does this mean for your marketing and branding efforts?
News from Microsoft reveals the roll out of changes to its Bing search engine to include Facebook results in a challenge to Google's search dominance. How important is this and will this affect marketing efforts? What do businesses and entrepreneurs need to change now?
Hot new social network and virtual pin board, Pinterest has been creating a buzz across the blogosphere but it isn't all good news!
First it was complaints about Pinterest switching out user links with its own affiliate links to directly generate revenues from users' hard work and marketing budgets. Now there is a storm brewing over copyright infringement.