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Facebook Scandals Galore, But They Still Make Money

October 31st, 2018|Facebook|

Facebook reported sky-high profits today despite a number of rotating scandals related to data privacy, fake news, and faulty metrics. The social network reported earnings per share of $1.76, compared to a consensus estimate of $1.47 cited by CNBC. However, revenue was slightly lower than expected, topping off at $13.73 billion, compared to estimates of $13.78 billion.

Yelp Adds Health Inspection Data for Restaurants

July 28th, 2018|Social Media, The Blog|

I am no fan of Yelp and have been advising the public for years on how to deal with Yelp without having to actually deal with them. The strategy has been working for me and many others businesses that I consult with. This new strategy by Yelp just reinforces the fact that their business model is not working and they have to up their game. I am not sure how this one will work out, only time will tell. I personally think Yelp should be held liable for LIBEL and SLANDER if the information on the Yelp site is not updated timely.

Twitter shares drop 14 percent after reporting declining monthly active users 

July 28th, 2018|Social Media|

Twitter is being accused of shadow banning conservative accounts and the Federal Government is looking into this illegal activity. President Trump himself tweeted about looking into and stopping this illegal activity, and that can't be good. There are also reports throughout social media that Facebook and Twitter are being cut off from any government funding or government contracts they may have and this is accounting for the large losses.

Facebook plunges more than 24 percent on revenue miss and projected slowdown

July 25th, 2018|Facebook, Technology|

Facebook Inc’s shares lost as much as a quarter of their value on Wednesday (7/25/18) after executives said that profit margins would plummet for several years due to the costs of improving privacy safeguards and slowing usage in the biggest advertising markets. Worldwide daily user growth for Facebook’s namesake service slid for its sixth straight quarter, bringing it to nearly 1.5 billion users in the second quarter.