The Conversation published my article on why market nervousness about the troubled Facebook IPO is unwarranted.
I argue that while no company is immune to failure, the current market nervousness over Facebook is unwarranted. Facebook still has as strong a lock on the concept of sharing as Google does on the concept of search. I cover three issues: The mishandled IPO, the relative infancy of the mobile space, and the monetisation of the social graph.
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Rintel, S. (2012, May 31). Mindshare is still Facebook’s biggest asset. The Conversation (Online).
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Rintel, S. (2012, June 1). Underestimating Facebook’s potential. Technology Spectator (Online).
Rintel, S. (2012, May 31). Mindshare is still Facebook’s biggest asset. Leading Company (Online).
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