Just How Much Could Facebook's Video Ads Be Worth?
Aug 13th 2013 11:05AM
Updated Aug 13th 2013 11:06AM
Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal, and AdAdge have all independently reported that Facebook will begin introducing TV-style advertisements within its News Feed. It's believed that Facebook is looking to fill four daily slots with a price tag of $1 million to $2.5 million per slot, per day.
This push could have big implications for Facebook's revenue growth. However, Fool contributor Steve Heller thinks that investors shouldn't get too excited over this prospect, considering how investors are already expecting tremendous revenue growth for the company going forward. Check out the video below to the get the full story.
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