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YouTubers and Streamers are in it for their own business revenue and building an audience. They always will follow what gets views. Don't put your trust in them.

YouTube is a business. Think of all the financial gurus on there that tell you a bunch of crap and only a few of them are honest about YouTube being their main source of income.

These new channels rising up over GME and others stocks are in it for building up an audience quickly and to get more views. You should not put your faith and trust in them nor watch what they do during the MOASS. They also can be bought. This is what Cramer's career on Television is. This is what they do.

Edit: Obviously not everyone on YouTube is this way. I'm just saying be careful and don't trust blindly just because someone says things you want to hear.

Edit2:. Oh shit Warden Elite.... Lmao just got his AdSense and that's all he was wanting

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Amazon’s ad revenue is now twice as big as Snap, Twitter, Roku and Pinterest combined

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/05/25/amazon-ad-revenue-now-twice-as-big-as-snap-twitter-roku-and-pinterest-combined.html

The major growth in Amazon's advertising unit means its revenue contribution is now 2.4 times larger than Snap, Twitter, Roku and Pinterest combined, and it's growing 1.7 times as quickly, according to Loop Capital.

Amazon's "Other" unit, which is primarily made up of advertising but also includes sales related to other service offerings, grew revenue a massive 77% year-over-year to more than $6.9 billion in the first quarter, the company reported last month.

This is another bright spot of amazon stock. Ad revenue is highly profitable like AWS, so it could use the profit to support other business. The ad revenue is growing very fast so it could able to compete with FB and Googl in the future. The stock is trading under $3300, investors should consider buying some and hold.

Thanks for the awards.

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[Carlo Garganese] Man Utd €580m annual revenue v Roma €128m. This is why Juve, Milan, Inter want a Super League. They’re wrong, it’s not the solution . But something must be done. EPL is too rich, no other league will ever compete again with the status quo. That’s almost as bad as an ESL. twitter.com/carlogarganes…
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Palantir Reports 49% Revenue Growth; $117M in Cash Flow from Operations, up $404M Y/Y; and $151M in Adj. Free Cash Flow, up $441M Y/Y for Q1

Palantir Technologies Inc. (NYSE:PLTR) today announced financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2021.

Q1 2021 Highlights

  • Total revenue grew 49% year-over-year to $341 million
  • US commercial revenue grew 72% year-over-year
  • US government revenue grew 83% year-over-year
  • Cash flow from operations of $117 million, up $404 million year-over-year, and representing a 34% margin
  • Adjusted free cash flow of $151 million, up $441 million year-over-year, and representing a 44% margin
  • GAAP net loss per share, diluted of $(0.07)
  • Adjusted earnings per share, diluted of $0.04

Link: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/palantir-reports-49-revenue-growth-110000817.html

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TIL that Three Kindoms made nearly twice as much revenue in 1 year than WH2 made in over 2 years

"3k made $97 million in just 2019, twice as much as the revenue from WH2 from Q4 of 2017 to the end of 2019, $50 million from https://www.reddit.com/r/totalwar/comments/n8c7v0/stats_from_the_sales_and_revenues_of_troy_three/

Personally I had no idea that 3k was so wildly successful in terms of revenue, and it just makes the recent announcement of cutting off support even more depressing.

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Eula banner revenue
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[Scheig] Elliotte Friedman on 31 Thoughts Podcast: "I had someone say to me this week that based on what they're hearing revenues are and what the money that's going to be owed from the players to the league, they are not expecting the cap to go up for 5 years." twitter.com/markscheig/st…
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Please make this happen JJ, I know you two had your differences but think of revenue you could make from this collab. (Credit: Puresidemen on insta) v.redd.it/ie95ywz277171
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Buildbox Game Engine added revenue sharing to their pricing without any notice.

Hey everyone,

I am shocked to find out that the game engine I'm using, Buildbox, changed their pricing model without notice and super shady. Until yesterday, the "Pro" subscription ($500 per year) allowed you to use the software with no revenue sharing but starting from today, with no notice time, everyone who is using this software and making games has to pay 70%, 30% or 10% from the revenue (depending on subscription).

Imagine Unity, Godot or UE doing that...

We need help from the gamedev community to stop this :(

https://signup.buildbox.com/plans

https://www.buildbox.com/rev-share-details/

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Kinda joking, kinda not, but Destiny should have LEGO sets to boost revenue so the actual game can have less paywalls.

I’m sure it’s a dumb idea, but just read me out.

I was looking at Steam population stats for Destiny 2, and it’s kind of a grim picture. Spikes on DLC drops, with a downward trend in population in between. Destiny needs some young bloods to get in on their game.

How do you do that? LEGO.

What’s fun about Destiny is building the character. Crafting armor that not only works well but looks cool.

I could see sets that would build very similarly to the more modern (2016) BIONICLE sets, and you pick six sets per year to release as a base β€œlight” faction and six as a base β€œdarkeness” faction.

The light would allow for maybe 3 (hunter, warlock, Titan) stock characters in specific armor sets from raids, and 3 characters in the game that belong to the 3 archetypes. The same with the darkness.

Titan sets (as BIONICLE used to call them β€” essentially bigger more expensive builds) could be heavy ads.

Collectors sets would be raid bosses and raid locations. They’d be the most expensive and the most elaborate.

You could monetize further with weapon, armor, and sparrow packs for the base annual sets to further customization.

I just see a big void in lego since BIONICLE and Hero Factory failed, both of which failed due to the world building just not being there. There’s nothing that younger teens can get into like BIONICLE. That’s where Destiny could shine in LEGO. Plus it’s something that adults could get into. Also, no need to nerf or buff.

Would love some constructive feedback!

EDIT: I do know they have Mega Bloks sets, although I didn’t before this post, so thank you for showing me that I’ll be blowing some money on Atheon come next paycheck. What I’m asserting is that the ecosystem (Legoland, books, movies, different building mechanics, etc), marketing ability, and clout that Lego provide would be a huge exposure boost to the Destiny franchise and would give the Lego brand another opportunity to attract both kids and adults like they do with Star Wars.

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Mayor Cranley: The majority of Ohioans know it's time to legalize marijuana and expunge the records. We can regulate it like alcohol and use the tax revenue to reinvest right here in our schools, healthcare, and communities. twitter.com/JohnCranley/s…
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Artisanvideos has fallen to those who are only motivated by ad revenue.

I can't tell you how many times I've banned someone for being here to promote their YouTube channel and had them reply with something along the lines of, "but it's my own original content" as if that isn't exactly the problem and they're only programmed to respond to complains of content theft. If you post here and your username looks something like "branding_YT", you are the problem.

I can't tell you how many times I've heard "but it's art" as if artisan means art.

I can't tell you how many times I've had people try to make this the place where they draw attention to their political stance.

I can't tell you because even if I had a cleanly parsed list of each and every instance, I would lose my mind trying to count each one because there's so many.

Artisan videos was made for the specific purpose of appreciating the work of others, and this concept has attracted at least 2 million people. Any time you have so many people looking at the same place, people who trade attention for money will come looking to ruin it with a shallow impression plastered with their branding.

I've done everything I can over the years to keep this place true to purpose and it's not working.

I live in my car without a computer right now, and DoorDash is how I get by. I've got a lot of free time, but I can't fight the tide.

If we can't come up with a way to fix this problem here, I'm going to put the subreddit back in private mode and leave it there. The only way I can see that happening properly is by developing a culture to turn away these advertisers, but I'm open to suggestions.

Do not ask to become a moderator. I won't mod someone who asks for it.

Say literally anything about China and I'll ban you on the spot. Chinese people can be artisans as much as anyone else and I will not host this topic.

The admins are just as overwhelmed with sheer numbers as I am, and they've gone on to taking actions blindly and automatically. See here: https://imgur.com/gallery/3azpRi1

I won't act blindly. We're gonna have something or we're gonna have nothing, but we're not gonna have a wall of ads disguised as content.

Edit: Some really good solutions have come up!

Pre-approval of posts might be pretty good after I've already found some mods.

Automoderator can probably be set up to limit how often a single channel can be posted, which actually solves the whole heckin issue with self promotion elegantly. With that, self promotion can basically just be allowed. I don't know

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Its only a matter of time until this revenue stream is drained. Too me it looks like they’re sucking everything out of crypto markets. I dont think crypto will ever be trusted again. What a shame. On a positive note this shows how desperate they are and its only a matter of time now. HODLING!!! reddit.com/gallery/njdnb2
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Lancaster, California, spent $11.5m creating a pedestrian-friendly downtown. In just 4 years, it attracted $130m private investment, doubled its downtown tax revenue, created 48 new businesses and 800 new jobs, and road injuries decreased by two-thirds. Cities are for people. cnu.org/what-we-do/build-…
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Mobile only revenue from recent character banners (not including ps4, pc, or Android stores in China)
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Top Mobile Games by Worldwide Revenue for April 2021
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Mission Ready Solutions continues to excel, reports Q1 Revenue of $66 Million with a 6.4M Net Profit. imgur.com/d4rbO4u
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[OC] Recorded Music Industry Revenues from 1997 to 2020 v.redd.it/ugyin1zklyw61
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FRX, Beachbody, & MYX Fitness Merger Revenue & Upside Discussion

FRX, Beachbody, & MYX Fitness recently announced the three-way merger vote date. It is scheduled for 6/24/21 at 10AM. Beachbody is marketing themselves as the PTON for the masses.

Here are my thoughts:

$PTON had $1.82B of revenue in 2020. It currently trades at a market cap of roughly 32.9B. $FRX / $BODY is on track for $1.1B in revenue this year and is being valued at roughly 2.9B after the merger is completed.... I think we have some upside here...

Peloton’s trailing 12 months revenue is currently at 3.692B. Again $FRX soon to be $BODY is on track to hit 1.1B this year. That’s plenty of upside for the short term.

Long term they are projected to hit 3.3B by 2025. With the integration of all parts of their business (Bikes, Supplements, Connected Fitness Subscriptions Services, OpenFit App, BODi, etc.) the value for each new customer acquired goes up. Plus, they will have a marketing war chest (400M+ in cash if I remember correctly from an interview) after the merger to achieve their growth target.

Beachbody has also been profitable for the 18 of the last 20 years they’ve been in business. Unlike many other SPACs and growth companies they’ve proven they can generate income.

Once all aspects of their NEW business model come together, they will be able to sell the equipment, the subscriptions, and nutrition supplements directly on their platforms. Imagine completing an interactive workout from the bike and being able to purchase all your nutritional supplements directly from the screen with a few taps.

Each customer acquired will mean much more revenue than strictly subscriptions can bring in alone.

Are you buying? What are your reasons for and against the Beachbody, MYX Fitness, and FRX three-way merger?

EDITS: Combined earnings for Q1 of 2021 can be found here:

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/forest-road-acquisition-corp-beachbody-131000153.html

Note: This is before the infusion of cash from the merger they stated will be used for marketing.

BODi (Beachboody on Demand Interactive) Launching in Fall: https://youtu.be/rkHCh0EEiQw

Beachbody On Demand Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NilY-hMTq84

OpenFit Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhZi-lF7Pw4

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Gotta maximize that revenue
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Think about why GME & AMC are shorted simultaneously.. Suppose Netflix had the chance to take over Videogames and In-person movies revenue... Lucrative

I ate a red crayon because it was Netflix colored and something happened I had the realization that Netflix is Might behind this in attempt to shut down GME & AMC.

Netflix has a history conducting hit jobs on struggling companies and taking their customers.

They did it with blockbuster but they were more vocal about it, and in turn their stock price plummeted for 4 years because the people found out what they did after they went under and hiked prices by 60%. but that was soon forgotten Check Ryan Cohen's Cryptic Tweet

What would Netflix have to gain?

#NetflixEverywhere Ethos

Mr. Hastings isn't as cryptic as Mr. Cohen.. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIiTv00L-48

Pretty Bold Word Choice there but hey, this is a industry takeover and they're fearless.

At least Hastings is honest with intentions...

Netflix self titled Binge Era Ethos (From youtube link above)

-Netflix still has a mail out service, it would be lucrative if they put GME out of business and take over while also getting their toes wet with a streaming Videogame concept

Source: https://help.netflix.com/en/node/62526

- It would be great if Netflix could get rid of in person movie theaters... No choice but to stream.

Who's Long in Netflix?

The Motive is there so who owns institutional shares in Netflix? Well for starts.. Citadel owns $4.7B and Susquehanna (SIG) $4.1B. Would be a shame if they had to pull out of their longs.. Cough.

Source: https://stockzoa.com/ticker/nflx/

Who's shorting GME & AMC?

GME: https://fintel.io/sosh/us/gme

AMC: https://fintel.io/sosh/us/amc

Citedel and SIQ .. I'd lay out the rest but my stepmom is making me go to space camp. I hate her.

Whats going on in the Streaming sector?

Just yesterday:

RedBox Red Rocket πŸš€

Source: [https://finance.yahoo.com/news/redbox-going-public-spac-merger-124924999.html](https://finance.yahoo.com/news/redbox-going-pub

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Alphabet reports big earnings beat as revenue grows 34%

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/27/alphabet-goog-earnings-q1-2021.html

Earnings: $26.29 per share vs. $15.82 per share expected

Revenue: $55.31 billion vs. $51.70 billion expected

Google Cloud revenue: $4.05 billion $4.07 billion, according to FactSet estimates.

YouTube ads: $6.01 billion vs. $5.70 billion, according to StreetAccount.

Traffic Acquisition Costs (TAC): $9.71 billion vs. $9.25 billion, according to FactSet estimates.

This is a good quarter for google. It is really the best reopening play. The stock performance ytd has been outperforming the entire Faang group.

Thanks for the awards.

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Killing golden gooses - 25k lost revenue

It is understood that the top 1% of players make up the vast majority of game revenue. I was one of those players. I spend somewhere between 25 and 30K USD in my first 12 months. An absolutely astonishing amount of money that I couldn't hope to ever justify here. The fact is that it was spend, and accounted for around .008% of Scopley's massive 300 million in revenue.

Developers are suppose to see players like me as extremely rare and valuable. A Golden Goose that should be kept spending as long as possible. They haven't. The constant need to squeeze every drop from me and every opportunity is too much, they have killed this goose, and I am done. I will no longer spend a penny on this game, and when I grow board of Free to play I will quit.

You had one job, keep me happy and paying.

http://imgur.com/gallery/cD04M1G

Edit: I'd like to say thank you for the kind words of support people have offered me as I battle this addiction.

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Visual Representation of daily Japan gacha revenue through April 2021. v.redd.it/06fxqgabi4y61
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Microsoft Earnings. Revenue up 19% YoY

Microsoft Cloud Fuels Third Quarter Results

REDMOND, Wash. β€” April 27, 2021 β€” Microsoft Corp. today announced the following results for the quarter ended March 31, 2021, as compared to the corresponding period of last fiscal year:

Β· Revenue was $41.7 billion and increased 19%

Β· Operating income was $17.0 billion and increased 31%

Β· Net income was $15.5 billion GAAP and $14.8 billion non-GAAP, and increased 44% and 38%, respectively

Β· Diluted earnings per share was $2.03 GAAP and $1.95 non-GAAP, and increased 45% and 39%,respectively

Β· GAAP results include a $620 million net income tax benefit explained in the Non-GAAP Definition section below

β€œOver a year into the pandemic, digital adoption curves aren’t slowing down. They’re accelerating, and it’s just the beginning,” said Satya Nadella, chief executive officer of Microsoft. β€œWe are building the cloud for the next decade, expanding our addressable market and innovating across every layer of the tech stack to help our customers be resilient and transform.”

β€œThe Microsoft Cloud, with its end-to-end solutions, continues to provide compelling value to our customers generating $17.7 billion in commercial cloud revenue, up 33% year over year," said Amy Hood, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Microsoft.

The following table reconciles our financial results reported in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) to non-GAAP financial results. Additional information regarding our non-GAAP definition is provided below. All growth comparisons relate to the corresponding period in the last fiscal year.

From https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/Investor/earnings/FY-21-Q3/press-release-webcast

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[Football Daily] "Our primary job is to maximise our revenues and profits, the wider good of the game is a secondary concern." - quotes from an unnammed board member of the big 6, also rumours of splits with some board members against the Super League but powerless to stop it twitter.com/footballdaily…
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43% of Robinhood revenue is from Citadel for PFOF. Nothing to see here twitter.com/zerohedge/sta…
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πŸ“…︎ May 03 2021
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Reddit is paying German power users 20 EUR per hour to create new German niche subreddits to increase ad revenue. Moderators of biggest German subreddit (r/de) ask users how they feel about this. Moderators are surprised when users demand that paid moderators should be disclosed and/or resign.

Information about the International Ambassador Program from https://reddithelp.com/.

More insider information from a user that has been invited.

Np.reddit.com link to the post from the moderators of /r/de.

Since most people here probably don't speak German, I will try to summarize:

  • Reddit is paying these German power users 20 EUR per hour to create German niche subreddits + 250 EUR bonus for each launched subreddit (two active moderators, at least 50 posts and/or comments for two weeks in a row)

  • some moderators of /r/de participate in the program, hence the post where they want to provide "transparency" and ask if they should allow crossposts and advertisement posts from these subreddits

  • users are having none of this and demand that paid moderators should be disclosed and/or resign

  • moderators of /r/de refuse this due to "data privacy", because participants are apparently in a Reddit Slack with their actual real life names

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