Mobile marketing predictions look strong for Google’s future

Mobile Marketing GoogleIn terms of investor optimism, the search engine giant appears to have a massive advantage over Apple.

Google has earned its way into a very impressive position ahead of Apple in terms of optimism expressed by investors, as its mobile marketing and other strategies have brought its shares up above $831 and building, while Apples are hanging low at around 426.18.

Every passing day seems to be looking better for Google due to the strategies that are keeping its future bright.

Bloomberg compiled data has revealed that the shares at Google are currently trading at a price that is 25 times its current profit. This is considerably better than Apple, which has a current price to earnings ratio that is under 10. The primary difference between the successes of these two companies is being credited to the mobile marketing at the search engine king.

Lucrative prospects for mobile marketing are making a considerable positive impact on Google.

The mobile marketing there is looking so positive that investors are clearly willing to pay more for the company’s shares than every dollar of earnings that it brings in. This is far superior to the results being seen by Apple.

At the moment, Google is estimated to hold over 40 percent of the total online American online advertising marketplace. Forecasts are suggesting that it will only continue to grow its hold on the $37.3 billion that is being spent for this purpose by businesses every year, in order to better communicate with their audiences.

Google has also just entered into an important new partnership with Samsung Electronics Co., which has boosted its share in smartphone and tablet software. This has only built its competitive threat against Apple, as investors impatiently await the next release from that company, to see if it will be any more successful than the last two releases which have generated considerable consumer disappointment.

According to B Riley & Co. analyst, Sameet Sinha, “There’s only one company benefiting from all the growth areas of the Internet — be it video, mobile, local, social, display advertising.” Sinha added that “Apple has just done well in devices, nothing else.” With Google asserting itself in the mobile marketing sphere, this could prove dangerous to Apple unless its next release is spectacular.

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