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rakib9090alhasan
Aug 17, 2022
In Real Estate Forum
This is a good question. Social networks are reaching valuations that would make lottery winners jealous. All thanks to your activity, whether in terms of registrations, messages posted or shares. But concretely, how are these actions transformed into market value? It's a big mystery, especially since your activity is not as "profitable" for sites depending on France cell phone number where you are. The value of a start-up is of course based on more than just the registrants. A dominant position on the market, innovative patents or the profile of users can come into play. However, it is interesting to look at the raw values. To reach 10 dollars of valuation, it therefore takes nearly 9,000 tweets against only 400 shares on Facebook. Worse (or better), 80 searches on LinkedIn lead to the same result, as do 25 check-ins on Foursquare. The big winner in history is Facebook, which is valued at no less than $118 per user, ahead of LinkedIn (104), Dropbox (80) and Twitter (71). The bubble, did you say the bubble? And these figures are only indicative, Instagram having just sold itself for twice its supposed valuation to Facebook… How high can this go? The answer with this infographic.
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