SEO Positive Explores Facebook Revenue Growth

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The digital marketing professionals at SEO Positive have responded to news of Facebook share increases.

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Facebook has changed direction considerably since its foundation in 2004

It has been reported that shares of the social network giant leapt by more than 8% on Monday, achieving the highest price the stock has seen since the summer. The company’s future had previously been shrouded by doubts after it failed to impress Wall Street with its second quarter earnings report, however experts are now predicting a revenue boom in the fourth quarter with more ads appearing in the mobile news feed on its applications.

Facebook has changed direction considerably since its foundation in 2004, now appearing to explore different areas of social commerce, launching its gifts service in September and adding iTunes digital gifts earlier this week.

The online marketers at Essex-based agency, SEO Positive, have a dedicated social media department offering social media management to a variety of clients. Naturally intrigued by developments of this nature, Managing Director, Ben Austin, shares his thoughts.

“Facebook keeps looking to explore different directions in order to stay ahead of its competitors. For us to continue offering the best service to our clients, we have a strong commitment to keeping up with these developments and adapting as necessary. This particular news is very positive as the more successful the site is, the greater exposure for our clients whom we promote through this avenue”, Ben explains.

The team at SEO Positive look forward to researching further developments in the area of social media marketing.

SEO Positive was established in 2007 in Chelmsford, Essex with the aim of bringing effective yet affordable online marketing services to companies from all industries and backgrounds. The company offers a huge range of services including search engine optimisation, Pay Per Click account management, social media marketing and website design.

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