[VIDEO] Marketing Land Live #11: Facebook is printing money, Twitter stock struggling & more
In the latest episode of Marketing Land Live, Ginny Marvin, Tim Peterson, Danny Sullivan and Matt McGee talk about the big marketing news from the past week.
It was a big week for earnings, with Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Amazon and others all reporting — and it was a week that had some clear winners and losers. In the latest episode of Marketing Land Live, we talked about why Facebook continues to practically print money, why Twitter stock is headed in the other direction and what happened to Apple.
We also talked about a new Google AdWords test that expands ad copy headlines, the Getty Images complaint against Google in Europe and more. Marketing Land’s Ginny Marvin, Tim Peterson and Danny Sullivan joined me for this week’s show, which runs about 52 minutes. You can watch the replay below. Be sure to scroll below the video for this week’s Show Notes, with links to the stories we talked about.
We record new episodes of Marketing Land Live every Friday at 12:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 a.m. PT on Blab, so we hope you’ll make plans to join us live in the future.
- Facebook’s mobile ad revenue grew by 76% to $4.26 billion in Q1 2016
- Twitter misses revenue estimates as brand advertising biz weakens
- Nothing Twitter is doing is working (Casey Newton/The Verge)
- Apple posts revenue miss of $50.6 billion but sells more iPhones than expected
- Amazon reports profitable Q1 to beat expectations
- LinkedIn’s sponsored content pivot helps ad revenue hit $154.1 million
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Copyright bully Getty Images complains to EU that Google coerced it into image search
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Twitter recategorized itself from “social networking” to “news” in Apple’s App Store
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