Social Media Marketing Agency, fishbat, Inc., Releases Statement Following Zuckerberg's Post-IPO Public Interview

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Following Mark Zuckerberg's post-IPO public interview, social media marketing agency, fishbat, Inc., releases video press release on future of Facebook and social media marketing.

On September 12, 2012, social media marketing agency, fishbat, Inc., released a statement following Mark Zuckerberg’s post-IPO public interview with Tech Crunch’s Michael Arrington.

According to Scott Darrohn, COO of fishbat, Inc., during the course of Zuckerberg’s interview with TechCrunch, Facebook’s stock went up by over 4%. Darrohn continued to explain that the interview was focused on “addressing concerns investors have” regarding mobile applications and ad placement. fishbat, Inc. released their video press release series, “fishbat Splash” to address how the newest changes to Facebook will effect its stock and the face of social media marketing.

“We want to make more money to build better services,” stated Zuckerberg, the 28-year-old Facebook founder. A focus on iOS and Android platform integration will be a driving force in sales for the social media giant, as well as the growth of recently acquired photo-sharing platform, Instagram. Facebook users can also expect to see a change to Facebook’s search capabilities, which will become more commercially driven, and Facebook gaming due to the 235 million gamers on the network.

In response to some of these changes, Darrohn states, “There will be some money coming into Facebook, I’m sure their next quarter earnings are going to be significantly higher.” Darrohn’s full insights on the future of Facebook, social media, and digital marketing, are available through fishbat’s video press release, “fishbat Splash.”

fishbat, Inc. is a full service online marketing firm. Through social media management, search engine optimization (SEO), web design, and public relations, fishbat strives as a marketing firm to raise awareness about your brand and strengthen your corporate image.

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