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The are so many Best Xmas (Christmas) Movies. Personally i will go for the 6 below as my best Xmas Movies. Home Alone White Christmas A Christmas Story Its a Wonderful Life The Santa Clause Home Alone 2: Lost In New York
The are so many Best Xmas (Christmas) Movies.
Personally i will go for the 6 below as my best Xmas Movies.
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WITHOUT GENERATING ANY DIRECT REVENUE, FACEBOOK IS IMPROVING ITS AD SYSTEM BY ACQUIRING WHATSAPP. WhatsApp is an instant messaging app available in different mobile platforms even on desktop. It's one of the highest downloaded app in playstore. Before acquisition by Facebook: When founded in 2009 WhRead more
WITHOUT GENERATING ANY DIRECT REVENUE, FACEBOOK IS IMPROVING ITS AD SYSTEM BY ACQUIRING WHATSAPP.
WhatsApp is an instant messaging app available in different mobile platforms even on desktop. It’s one of the highest downloaded app in playstore.
Before acquisition by Facebook:
When founded in 2009 Whatsapp was an instant hit and the number of downloads went up exponentially in a short period of time. But the founders hadn’t servers which could store data of huge amount, generated daily. So they couldn’t have continued the app without generating any revenue.
So they set a price of $1 for some countries and for some other countries it was free for the first year but chargeable $1 for renewal from second year onwards. They were generating a good revenue from this. Back then WhatsApp had 40-50 employees. No one was a very big consultant there and neither of them were hugely paid.
After acquisition by Facebook:
Facebook acquired WhatsApp in February 2014 for whooping $19 Billion which was the biggest tech deal till date. Fortune of WhatsApp changed after that.
WhatsApp founder Brian Acton had a strong resistance to the concept of Ad in WhatsApp. He believed people used WhatsApp to see messages only and not unsolicited ads. When fb acquired WhatsApp, revenue of the later was just $100 Million and the valuation stood at just $1.5 Billion but fb acquired it for humungous $19 Billion.
But why on earth someone would do that?
Because the Facebook people were smart and the WhatsApp founders knew that fb would pay them any demanded figure. The reason behind this is Whatsapp was the biggest thorn in the path of fb’s messenger app.
But the twist was in the condition set WhatsApp before acquisition. And it was, WHATSAPP WILL BE ALWAYS AD FREE.
So the biggest truth is FB GENERATE NO DIRECT REVENUE FROM WHATSAPP.
SO what were those $19 Billion for?
Fb uses the data from messages in WhatsApp to increase the reach of its Ads. To know it in details one can visit the website of whatsapp. One can go through the pictures attached below.
Let me make it easier to understand by the help of an example.
Suppose I am a connoisseur of smart phones. I share pictures and texts of various smart phones in whatsapp, I put those in my status. Facebook analyse these data to to show me ADs of smartphones on my facebook wall ( whatsapp and facebook are synchronized by my mobile number). Whatsapp database has over 1 Billion users so it is able to know the interests of 1 Billion users. This is how facebook reaches to me directly with the ads of its clients.
However, WhatsApp gives you the choice of not sharing it’s information with Facebook. Images follows
Hope this answers helped you understand how facebook is benefited by whatsapp.
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She's a female rapper: This is probably the best thing going for her. There are very few current female rappers that come to mind. There were a lot of popular female rappers a decade ago, but not so much now. Someone like Lil' Mama got popular...a couple of years ago. I think rappers and male singeRead more
Below is my Top (3) three: 1. Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital This is one of the most referenced health care centers in Ghana. It is located in the capital, Accra. It is the teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Ghana medical school. Korle-Bu has a 2000 bed capacity, making it the third-larRead more
Below is my Top (3) three:
1. Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital
This is one of the most referenced health care centers in Ghana. It is located in the capital, Accra. It is the teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Ghana medical school. Korle-Bu has a 2000 bed capacity, making it the third-largest hospital in Africa.
This facility was established on 9th of October, 1923, under the administration of Sir Gordon Guggisberg to provide health care for the indigenous people.
If you are in search of the best hospitals in Ghana, then this is in no doubt one of the best. They offer excellent cardiothoracic surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery and radiotherapy.
2. 37 Military Hospital
Many ask for the meaning of 37 as the name of a hospital. This is because it is the 37th military hospital to be built in the British colony of West Africa.
It is the largest military hospital in Ghana, having a capacity of 400 beds. This hospital offers good services and health care procedures such as accident and emergency, x-ray, gynecology, dentistry, pediatrics as well as veterinary treatment.
This 37th military hospital was built by a British military officer in 1941. This was to provide health care for troops injured in the Second World War.
Although the hospital is now open to the public, it still ran primarily by military personnel.
3. Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital
It was built and named as Kumasi Central Hospital in 1954. The name of the second-largest hospital in Ghana was changed to Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH).
KATH is located in Kumasi, the Ashanti regional capital, and it is affiliated to the School of Medical Sciences of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Currently, the hospital has about 1000 beds. It is known to have personnel who are good at Gynecology, physiotherapy, child care, dentistry and much more
Well, i think Sarkodie is the Richest Musician in Ghana now (2019), as he's on Forbes top ten Richest musicians in Africa list.
Well, i think Sarkodie is the Richest Musician in Ghana now (2019), as he’s on Forbes top ten Richest musicians in Africa list.