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Saturday, Apr 30, 2016 / Facebook / KrishaWeb

Facebook quarterly earning report for Q1 2016

It seems like Facebook is like a rich guy who is getting more and more rich with each passing month. Facebook’s first quarterly earning report tells the same story. Facebook has revealed the quarterly earning report for 2016 on 27 April 2016. According to the report, Facebook has made $5.38 billion in first three months in 2016 and stacked $1.51 billion in income. The value is 52% more than the revenue generated in the first quarter of 2015. Let’s have a look at which service has brought the more money to Facebook.

Almost all of the (approximately 97%) money that Facebook earn comes from Facebook Advertising Service. Facebook Advertising revenue has increased by 57% year over year. It has reached to $5.20 billion in the first quarter of 2016. Mobile advertising revenue is increasing at even higher rate. It is increasing by 76% year over year. Mobile advertising shares 82% of the total Facebook Advertising Revenue in the first quarter of 2016. That means Facebook has earned $4.26 billion through mobile advertising.

Facebook’s first quarterly is not just about the how Facebook earned in the first three months of 2016. It also reveals the number of new users platform is gaining. There are more than 1.65 billion monthly active users on Facebook. 1.09 billion users among those log into their account daily. While the majority of the platform refers Monthly Active Users, Facebook considers Daily Users to determine the wealth of the platform. There is year over year 16% increase in Facebook’s Daily Active Users. The amount of money that Facebook earns for each person who uses Facebook is $3.32 (Increased by substantial 33%).

So, this quarterly earning report shows that Facebook is getting stronger and stronger with each pass passing years. Mobile has the significant effect on this quarterly earning report. And it is expected to have the major effect on next quarter’s report as well. 91% of the Facebook users use mobile devices to access Facebook. Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on the earning call, “We’re focused not on what Facebook is, but what it can be and what it needs to be,” The company has also proposed the new voting structure for the Facebook shareholders. Check out the full quarterly earning report of Facebook here.

by KrishaWeb
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