FB, Twitter and Google.

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The difference in size between Facebook and Twitter is stark -- in terms of revenue and profitability.

For the quarter ended in September, Facebook's revenue soared 60% to $2 billion -- or 12 times that of Twitter's $169 million.

While Twitter's loss from operations tripled during the quarter to $63 million, Facebook's operating income surged 95% year-over-year to $736 million

Google, meanwhile, is churning out even bigger profits with the help of mobile growth, as income from operations surged 26% to a massive $3.4 billion in its most recent quarter.
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  • Profile picture of the author ankitnajpal
    OOh,
    amazing facts. thanks for sharing this full of money information .
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  • Profile picture of the author banwork
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  • Profile picture of the author kbclickbank
    Great share
    Another info for you all. Google cleared $239,788 in profit per staff member, which, surprisingly, finished behind Yahoo, who earned $343,085 in profit per employee (although Google has ten times Yahoo's earnings overall). Facebook turned over $960,370 revenue per employee, earning profit of $6,039, and LinkedIn also finished in the black on both counts, with a $5,145 per person uptick.
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  • Profile picture of the author Naeema Anum
    good facts to know. thanks guys for sharing.
    Google and Facebook really spend a lot of money
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  • Profile picture of the author kilobytestech
    Very impressive facts really very appreciative work. . . Thank you for this useful share
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  • Profile picture of the author kiarapanzella
    Originally Posted by Forteam04 View Post

    The difference in size between Facebook and Twitter is stark -- in terms of revenue and profitability.

    For the quarter ended in September, Facebook's revenue soared 60% to $2 billion -- or 12 times that of Twitter's $169 million.

    While Twitter's loss from operations tripled during the quarter to $63 million, Facebook's operating income surged 95% year-over-year to $736 million

    Google, meanwhile, is churning out even bigger profits with the help of mobile growth, as income from operations surged 26% to a massive $3.4 billion in its most recent quarter.
    Oh Google i ahead from both social networking sites. Great data Thanks,
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  • Profile picture of the author Samuel Adams
    Originally Posted by Forteam04 View Post

    Google, meanwhile, is churning out even bigger profits with the help of mobile growth, as income from operations surged 26% to a massive $3.4 billion in its most recent quarter.
    Seems like even when Google fails, they still earn big as they are a massive corporation with endless pockets of money to throw at projects. Still for the fail that everyone said Google+ would be, it hasn't been shut down yet and won't likely be considering how you have to get a Google+ account just to comment on Youtube videos.
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  • Profile picture of the author rango1
    Impressive facts on Facebook, Twitter and Google. I think why Google's gain are so much more is because they have their fingers in so many pots, one of them being Youtube...Google and Youtube holding the 2 top spots.
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