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Technology IPOs almost invariably generate a lot of attention, given that they tend to be fast-growing companies that offer the prospect of being the “next big thing”.
Fewer technology companies are going public these days – the last big one Alibaba in 2014 – so Snap’s launch is likely to be a much-hyped affair that stresses the company’s growth prospects.
Bulls can point to revenue, which has soared seven-fold from million in 2015 to 4 million in 2016; a devoted user base, with daily users visiting the app 18 times a day; and the fact that its advertising business is only getting started (revenue per North American user totalled .15 in the last quarter; Facebook’s equivalent figures are more than nine times higher).
He sent us the picture included in this article in his original March 17 contact with us after reading a profile we published that day on Tinder co-founder and CEO Sean Rad. I managed to take a screen shot of some of our conversation before she blocked me and deleted our conversation.
The reason this is so disappointing and impactful is because if tinder starts gaining a reputation for hiring people to flirt for app downloads it with create a toxic untrustworthy environment and people will just give up using it." Suspecting something fishy, the source, who asked to remain unnamed, snapped a screenshot of his exchange with the spam bot and “flagged and reported them to tinder.” He told us today that he has since been matched on Tinder “twice more with bots selling castle clash.” Related: In Sochi, People Are Using Matchmaking App Tinder Like Crazy The source says he’s not “100% sure” his first Castle Clash-related Tinder exchange “was a bot” or someone marketing the game on the sly.