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Google Is Losing Market Share. Does It Matter?

By Daniel Sparks and Erin Miller - Apr 21, 2013 at 5:15AM

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Pandora, Twitter, and Facebook have made mind-boggling gains in mobile display ads. Should Google investors be worried?

Publishers such as Pandora (P), Twitter, and Facebook (META 5.10%), are quickly gaining market share in mobile display ads. Is Google (GOOGL 4.16%) threatened? Fool contributor Daniel Sparks tells Fool.com's Erin Miller in the following video that the development shouldn't negatively affect Google's stock. After explaining why, he tells investors how they should think of this trend and what they should keep an eye on.

 

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