Paul Meeks

One is a re-acceleration in daily active users, and two is an increase in the average revenue per user, particularly abroad, where the APRUs are always less than they are in the United States. The company, at some point, will reach a crisis where it's really going to be a make or break for the business, and if they handle it well, it becomes a star. If they don't, unfortunately, it becomes 'Twittered.” said Paul Meeks on this article: How Snap handles its first few quarters will either make it a star or get it 'Twittered'. This page contains 3 articles quoting Paul Meeks. Main topics on which Paul Meeks is quoted are Microsoft and Amazon. In addition you’ll find 5 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.

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I actually think if you were trading-oriented, you may want to be selling into the open and see how this business model matures over time.

One is a re-acceleration in daily active users, and two is an increase in the average revenue per user, particularly abroad, where the APRUs are always less than they are in the United States. The company, at some point, will reach a crisis where it's really going to be a make or break for the business, and if they handle it well, it becomes a star. If they don't, unfortunately, it becomes 'Twittered.

The problem is, at least at this point, [that] it's a one-product company. And also, they do dominate, in a traffic demographic, the younger folks. But at some point, at least in the United States, that might be saturated, and they're going to have to come up with another gig.

It's worrisome. Snapchat is going to have to continue to be really innovative and distinctive. It's going to be very tough to trump Facebook.

As you've seen with two other stocks that are jumping on the cloud – Microsoft and Amazon – the dialogue about the company is going to go to what kind of traction they have in the cloud space.

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