Started just four months ago, Twitter now grabbing a bigger share of its daily revenue through the mobile advertisements, the company is actually having success with mobile ads, while other web firms are having trouble. The Wall Street Journaldescribes even how the ads are paying off for companies, giving an example of the restaurant chain P.F. Chang’s, which used the platform for a Chinese New Year promotion earlier this year, receiving roughly 700,000 hits in four days from mobile devices, with just 300,000 coming from the desktop. Adding more light to it, Twitter’s president of global revenue, Adam Bain said, “We know that mobile is how people access Twitter, it’s where people are overall, and we know it’s where the business is.” Well, we strongly believe this is the starting for the micro-blogging giant, bigger numbers to come in coming time.
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