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The Twitter or the hare?

It seems like Twitter, a company once notoriously slow on monetization, has finally figured out a way to convert its growing user base into advertising dollars. Market research firm eMarketer expects Twitter’s advertising revenue to reach $288 million this year, a 107 percent increase over last year. Moreover, eMarketer predicts that the microblogging service could surpass $800 million in ad revenue in 2014.

This chart shows Twitter’s estimated advertising revenue from 2010 to 2014.

http://www.statista.com/markets/21/topic/194/social-media/chart/608/twitter-s-ad-revenue-tipped-to-double-this-year/

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