Who makes more money? Google or Facebook?
Sometimes questions like these just pop into my head. Often I will try to research and write a hub about it. But other times the research is too difficult, and I throw it out here. Answer doesn't have to be scientific, just your opinion or guess.
They both make far too much! I mean how on earth can they possibly spend that kind of cash??
HMM, I think google make a lot but facebook charges you on their site if your are a game player to get extra credits and such, they are making millions from this....
My guess would be Google, they practically have a monopoly in some areas.
Currently, Google makes waaaaay more per click then Facebook does. Most of this is through affiliate status and the rest is because Facebook does not get involved in advertising nearly as much as Google does. Facebook really doesn't have to worry... read more
Facebook brings in more revenue and profit, though Google is worth more (at the moment).
I just wrote this hub about it
http://hubpages.com/hub/Facebook-or-Goo … More-Money
Theres still alot of folks that dont use facebook or tools that go with it.... my guess would be google, they have a www global monopoly as a search engine... including their pay per click ads amongst many many other functions
That's a good question...
I think both make a lot of money, but Google probably beats Facebook at this moment.
There adwords and adsense programs clean up...
Catching up quick.. Mostly games but the advertising platform is becoming more expensive for clicks and keywords.
Wouldn't mind a cheeky 10% of each
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