U.S. real estate listing site Trulia (NYSE: TRLA) reported a net loss of $17.9 million for the second quarter of 2014. A huge chunk of that was its $15 million quarterly advertising spend. To take a glass-half-full look at the figure, the expenditure drove excellent results: record revenue of $64.1 millio
The revenue of Solocal Group (formerly PagesJaunes Groupe), a leader in local advertisement and communication in France, dropped 6.3 percent in the Q2 of FY2014 to €255 million ($341 million U.S.), the company said in a statement.
The 0.4-percent increase in revenue from digital activit
Rightmove, the U.K.'s premier real estate site, posted strong results for the first half of FY2014. Revenue increased 20 percent and underlying profits were up by 22 percent to £59.6 million ($101 million U.S.), the company said.
For Trinity Mirror the first half of FY2014 confirmed that digital recruitment advertising was by far its strongest performer. While overall digital classified revenue rose by 1.3 percent from H1 in FY2013 to the same period in FY2014, recruitment revenue rose 18.8 percent (full media statement
Despite a year-over-year revenue growth of 7 percent for the second quarter of 2014, Move Inc. (NASDAQ: MOVE) suffered a $5,288,000 net loss.
Its July direct-denial-of-service attack was blamed for almost $1 million revenue loss. Sales and marketing costs were up considerably year-over-year, presumably due to the ongoing Accuracy Ma
CareerBuilder's North America revenue for the second quarter of 2014 was $176 million, a 2 percent increase year-over-year, and a 5 percent increase from the first quarter of this year, a CareerBuilder spokesperson told the AIM Group. These figures include products sold by CareerBuilder's newspaper partners, who sold $19 million during the quarter.
Looking at CareerBuilder staff exclusively, s
When the $3.5 billion Zillow acquisition of competitor Trulia closes a few months down the road, both companies will still be separate platforms, with the usual folks running each - Pete Flint CEO at Trulia, Spencer Rascoff CEO at Zillow.
The rumors were true, but the purchase price was way off. This will have immense impact on the U.S. real estate and rental listing landscape. While some have suggested that Realtor.com will benefit, by raising it to the level of No. 2, that standing will matter far less than the revenue and market-share gap betwee
The online and mobile revenue of Sanoma’s Consumer Business segment (including the classified businesses in Finland and the Netherlands, with the online auction platform Huuto and marketplace Oikotie) continued to grow in Q2 FY2014 from the same period last year.
The net sales of the online and mobile businesses of Sanoma in Finland amounted to €22.1 million or $29.7 million U.S. – 7.5 percent
On its Q2 2014 earnings call, CoStar Group (NASDAQ: CSGP), owner of LoopNet and Apartments.com, reported a year-over-year revenue gain of 36 percent, though that's a bit apples and oranges. Comparing revenue without ad-sales dollars from newly acquired Apartments.com, the increase was 13 percent.