Twitter IPO was announced last week. A single tweet was enough to send the analysts and experts trying to get more information about the news.
After all the ups and downs of Facebook IPO, the Twitter IPO is being talked about much and people have already started questioning the revenue streams of Twitter.
Unlike Facebook Ads, Twitter leaves very less space for ads and with this IPO filing, people are wondering if we might see more ads and sponsored tweets making into our timelines.
For Twitter, they have a huge audience, but how much of that is really monetizable? Can they really make the max out of sponsored tweets? A recent look at Facebook’s revenues and it’s share from mobile ads is a good indicator of things to come, will Twitter follow that lead?
Many questions really!!
My take about the Twitter IPO
How long will they depend on just one monetization model. As the markets would want to see better returns on their investments, the folks at Twitter would look forward to add more ad making units.
2. Leveraging Users
They have the reach. 200 million is a huge number. We might see Twitter leveraging user content and get brands campaign do better. Brands would love to run analytics on the shared data and pay quite well.
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The long-awaited day has come. Twitter, the 200 million user microblogging service, has filed for its initial public offering. Fittingly, the only public acknowledgement came in the form of a simple tweet. "We've confidentially submitted an S-1 to the SEC for a planned IPO," the company said in a tweet on Thursday.
Groupon founder, and former CEO, Andrew Mason had an interesting reaction to Twitter's confidential IPO. Confidential S1s? But what could be wrong with releasing 100s of pages of new financial and strategic co. info to the Internet while gagged?
Charlene Li Twitter tweeted yesterday that it has filed a confidential S-1, with the appropriate disclaimer. Here are a few reasons why this filing and IPO warrant close scrutiny. Twitter is the last of the Big Four to go public.
As you likely know, Twitter recently filed for its initial public offering (IPO) with the Securities Exchange Commission, a major step in the process of becoming a publicly traded company. For many of its investors, this is the long-awaited payoff of billions of dollars invested in the company.
A A We don't know much about Twitter's planned IPO, thanks to the company's decision to file its papers with the SEC confidentially. But we do know is that the timing is perfect. The fall TV season is just about to begin.