From April 09, but highlights revenue streams: http://www.businessinsider.com/n…
Probably not. WebMD has all of the appropriate disclaimers and doesn’t tell people what they should or should not do. It just is providing general information to educate people.
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Hardly any excellent engineers graduate every year. Most are going to require time and experience to become excellent. There are a lot of talented engineers graduating, but hiring straight out of school is usually an investment, not an acquisition.
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(probably very true if you add up all their apps)
then it depends if you question is about:
– actual accumulated revenue on that activity
– recurring revenue on that activity
– number of downloads (free apps -> that would be facebook)
– actual usage
In October 2009, they had about 60k visitors to gowalla.com. The app is primarily an iPhone app so it's not a great proxy for users, but the number of users is probably something on that order of magnitude.
Marissa Mayer had revealed the last count of yahoo! users to be upwards of 800 million at TechCrunch Disrupt 2013. It has about 350 million users using Yahoo! Services on the mobile.
Social Information Organization and Routing – Quora, Fluther, StackOverflow (StackExchange)
Mobile/Location – FourSquare, GoWalla, Bump, Twitter (GeoAPI), Facebook Mobile – Bunch of good data here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/241293…
Internet Enabled devices – Picwing, Sifteo
Social Commerce – Blippy, Square, Swipely, WePay
I used to follow this closely in the paid subscription services business: Ancestry.com was about 20+ months per average paying user; dating sites like Match.com were approx. 6 months. Those were the two extremes for paid subscription services, I think (though I haven't done a thorough review for a few years).