Mark Zuckerberg would have left billions of dollars on the table if he decided to cash out in 2008.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 07, 2012
“From Hecklers To IPOs” is discussed by the Digital Marketer Pro team in the recent newsletter, explaining that no matter what the business is, it is going to have to face the doubters if it wants to be successful, the ones who think the ideas are stupid and unworkable. The critics always seem to outnumber the supporters before the business reaches critical mass, reveals the Digital Marketer newsletter team, and the business will eventually even get blasted by someone it admires, causing it to sting a little.
Once it comes time to launch a new IPO, however, these same critics will all sing praises, explains the Digital marketer Pro recent newsletter. Mark Zuckerberg knows all about this process, along with everyone who’s taken a million-dollar idea from a cocktail napkin to IPO, reveals the Digital Marketer Pro recent newsletter. People have watched this scenario play out with Facebook, explains the recent Digital Marketer Pro newsletter, because for years people thought the best monetization strategy was to sell out to a larger media company like MySpace did.
It turns out that Mark Zuckerberg was right to stay the course, reveals the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter. Mark Zuckerberg would have left billions of dollars on the table if he decided to cash out in 2008, the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter explains, because Facebook has now become a 1st tier media channel resulting in the fact that no larger media company could afford them now. Now we’re watching this process unfold with another up and coming social network, reveals the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter.
No Google property can truthfully be called an underdog, explains the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter, still despite Google’s massive size it’s already launched two failed social networks, Buzz and Profiles, with the Google+ social network actually being the third depending on how they are counted. The Digital Marketer Pro newsletter team wonders if there are people inside Google who want to abandon the whole idea, thinking that maybe Google doesn’t need its own social network, because they will never catch Facebook.
In the big picture, the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter team knows that social media search results are essential to staying competitive. That brings up Jon Stewart, remarks the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter team, at roughly the same moment that Google+ passed the 100M users mark, Stewart was cracking jokes about the President’s decision to hold a G+ town hall. Apparently, Stewart sees G+ as a pretty weak network, and the town hall chat as an election year ploy to reach out to a nerdier, tech-savvy demographic, remarks the Digital Marketer Pro newsletter team.