Q3 revenues up 57% at Google

Oct 19, 2007 | Uncategorized

Google’s latest results show that Q3 revenues at the online giant have risen 57% year-on-year to reach $4.23bn, writes Brand Republic. Revenues were also up 9% on Q2’s revenues of $3.87bn. Revenues from Google-owned sites grew 68% from Q3 2006, reaching $2.73bn and accounting for 65% of all revenues. Adsense partner sites represented 34% of […]

Google’s latest results show that Q3 revenues at the online giant have risen 57% year-on-year to reach $4.23bn, writes Brand Republic. Revenues were also up 9% on Q2’s revenues of $3.87bn. Revenues from Google-owned sites grew 68% from Q3 2006, reaching $2.73bn and accounting for 65% of all revenues. Adsense partner sites represented 34% of all Q3 revenues and reached $1.45bn. Net income for the quarter was $1.1bn (from $733m in 2006). Full-time staff numbers were up 2,130 from Q2 reaching 15,916.
The results followed news of Google’s latest purchase: Finnish “micro-blogging” service Jaiku. Jaiku lets users send status updates to their friends and contacts via the web and their mobile phones. Users can also share their location and calendar and on some platforms the service can integrate directly with a phone’s address book. Jaiku is Google’s latest mobile-related acquisition, coming one month after the firm’s purchase of Zingku.
From ClickZ: http://www.clickz.com, 18/10/2007
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