Oh, hell no! Just because coffee fuels the bulk of us on a daily basis, is it any reason to pay actual fuel-high prices for the caffeinated bean? Unfortunately for lovers of the cheap diner brew, baristas have transformed the coffee industry into a luxury market, and prices reflect it.
For fear of you crying over such disappointing news, we give you “Laughter is good for the soul,” a Facebook page sure to brighten any day.
Speaking of Facebook, Forbes dives into the social network’s often puzzling ad model, explaining why, with ads on the site are only clicked once every 2,000 views, some of Madison Avenue’s biggest brands aren’t completely sold just yet.
Like anything, figuring out a set metrics to measure Facebook’s ROI won’t happen overnight, but that goes for any company. Look at Amazon. You might not be aware, but the online giant has been around for 17 years. Yet its amazing story includes a few more facts about its growth as an e-tailer.