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Netflix Plans 54% Increase in Marketing Spend

What: Netflix has announced its quarterly results, and they plan to increase their ad spend from US $1.3 billion to $2 billion in 2018. Why it matters: Netflix is a  major global advertiser, particularly in the digital category. The ad spend is producing a positive  ROI: “We’re taking marketing spend up a little faster than revenue […]


Facebook Earnings Q1 2015: US$3.54 bn Revenue, Mobile Ad Sales Key

 What: Facebook, the world’s No. 1 social network, just reported its first quarter earnings  with revenue of US$3.54 billion on non-GAAP earnings per share (EPS) of $0.42, missing analyst expectations of US$3.56 billion in revenue but beat expectations of US$0.40 EPS. Why it matters: Facebook’s financial performance on mobile was very strong. Actually, Mobile ad sales were key to […]


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