TikTok Gains, Facebook Loses and Don't Forget YouTube Some highlights (click here to download table): Snapchat has lost popularity among teens since 2018.TikTok has become the leading social media platform among teens.Instagram has lost share among teens since 2019.Twitter and Facebook were the biggest losers among teens (2012-2020).YouTube was not part of the survey yet … Continue reading Most Popular Social Networks Among Teens
Social media advertising revenue will likely take a prolonged hit as Ad buyers curb spending and in some cases go out of business Facebook (tkr: FB) and YouTube (tkr: GOOG) are best positioned to sustain a weak economic backdrop. Facebook is the dominant social media platform from a revenue standpoint and YouTube benefits from being … Continue reading Social Media Ad Revenue & the COVID Recession
We recently posted an article that in part detailed our view on non-voting share issuances (hint: we despise them). In the spirit of healthy follow-up, I shared my view with SEC Chairman Jay Clayton. Read my note to Chairman Clayton HERE.
We Have Entered an Unprecedented Era of Shareholder Tolerance It is interesting that corporate boards and institutional investors are willing to tolerate “Distracted CEOs” and founder CEOs who wish to exercise outsized control of the companies they founded. Both are examples of poor corporate governance. Our definition of a Distracted CEO is the CEO that … Continue reading Distracted CEOs and CEO Overreach
Recently Facebook (tkr: FB) signed an agreement with Universal Music Group to license UMG's music library so that Facebook users may incorporate UMG music into user-generated content. Facebook's Instagram platform is the hottest social media platform at the moment. Instagram kneecapped Snapchat (tkr: SNAP) earlier this year when the former rolled out its "stories" feature. Instagram has … Continue reading The Soundtrack to Your Life. Facebook Continues to Distance Itself from the Competition
CEORater Podcast episode 58: https://soundcloud.com/ceorater/ep-58-irrelevant-whether-twitter-overstated-users-instagram-already-killed-it-snapchat