How does Facebook make money?

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  1. itmaverix profile image60
    itmaverixposted 8 years ago

    How does Facebook make money?

  2. michifus profile image80
    michifusposted 8 years ago

    Through advertising revenue. When so many millions of people are on the social media site, Advertisers pay a lot of money to have their adverts placed in front of such a large audience.

  3. bharath.adupa profile image70
    bharath.adupaposted 8 years ago

    hey  facebook has its own ad network which works like Google adsense and earns money for facebook. checkout facebook you can watch ads on the right sides of the page ......

  4. profile image49
    Imogen1231posted 8 years ago

    know this might be real silly, but how do  you make money of facebook app? ... It is hard to make money with facebook applications

  5. rzibit profile image61
    rzibitposted 8 years ago

    advertising I guess, what else could it be?

  6. mike1242 profile image76
    mike1242posted 8 years ago

    Facebook allows anyone who has a group set up to place there own ad within facebook.

    When you place the ad you pay a fee to facebook.

    Now calculate the number of groups on there with the rate facebook charge for the advert (which is cheaper than Adsense by google)....you will see Facebook make a lot of money..

    So by placing a ad via a facebook group or page...its a WIN/WIN situation...you can make money and Facebook does make money.

  7. net4gains profile image59
    net4gainsposted 8 years ago

    Facebook has started making money by advertisements. It has millions of users and you can create a page for your business or product.
    When you sign up to promote it, you can set region, cost, age group etc parameters and it gets noticed by large number of viewers.
    Facebook charges you for that, that is how they are making money.
    Facebook latest moves to 'Like it' and Open Graph initiatives are expected to be big spinners.

  8. bettanywire profile image55
    bettanywireposted 8 years ago

    Facebook now is the number one site in terms of daily visits. So therefore it is not surprising that many businessmen will advertise in the site. It is therefore the source of income of Facebook.

 
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