The social media giant still generates billions of dollars in ad revenue from China without any active apps.
News & Analysis: Facebook
The popular messaging service is changing its revenue strategy once again.
Here's what to watch when the social media giant reports Q4 earnings later this month.
Ads in the messaging app have been put on hold.
The percentage of users shopping directly in social media apps increased 69% last year.
Advertising spending is expected to grow this year thanks to the U.S. presidential election and Summer Olympics, which should bode well for the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
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Each of these tech companies beat the broader market in 2019, but will need to unveil solid results in order to maintain its soaring momentum.
Despite their large size, these stalwart businesses can still deliver big gains in the coming year.
As it approaches the limits of user growth, Facebook can still increase earnings by engaging its more than 2.4 billion users.