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The Internet is growing at a rapid rate, 0212 there’s still a long way to go. Chief among her company’s findings was that at the end ofthere were nearly 2.
Mary Meeker unveils KPCB’s Internet trends for – CNET
China led the way with million Web usersfollowed by the U. Emerging markets, such as the Philippines, India, and Indonesia saw the strongest growth over the last year, but global Internet penetration currently stands at just 32 percent, indicating the Web has many more years of growth ahead of it.
Meeker’s firm also examined the mobile space and found that there are now 1.
However, like the Web, global penetration is quite low, reaching only 18 percent at the end of last year. Still, those 20112 devices are driving much of the Web’s traffic growth. KPCB found that mobile products now account for 10 percent of all Internet traffic. Back in Decemberthat figure stood at just 1 percent of all traffic. The big problem for advertisers now is monetization.
On the mobile side, it’s just 75 cents. Just as concerning, average revenue per user is dramatically higher on the Web rather than in mobile, according to KPCB. In fact, the firm found that Zynga makes five times more per user on the Web than on mobile.
Meeker ended her presentation with a look at recent Web IPOs, revealing that companies have done a fine job generating serious cash at their offering, but don’t necessarily perform well after their shares start trading.
She pointed out that so far, Facebook has lost about 24 percent of its value since its IPO. ibternet
Mary Meeker: Internet Trends 2012
Zynga and Groupon have dropped 40 percent. Pandora is down 30 percent since its IPO. It’s Facebook’s recent troubles that have caught the attention and anger of most investors. But when posed with how she would have handled the IPO, Meeker, who used to work at Facebook’s lead underwriter, Morgan Stanley, said that the bankers “did very good with the available information they had.
It had more trading volume of any IPO in history. On its first day of trading, it traded as many shares as the entire average trading volume of the New York Stock Exchange. This IPO was a financial share tsunami. And Nasdaq was trying to process all of this stuff.
Mary Meeker unveils KPCB’s Internet trends for 2012
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