Facebook versus Google: Who Rules the Internet?

Ari Zoldan |


Equities.com's senior analyst Ari Zoldan recently went on Fox Business' Risk & Reward to discuss the fight between Google's (GOOG) YouTube and Facebook (FB) to win users attention. Who wins? Ari explains that the world is becoming more and more visual to the point that no one is reading anymore, therefore YouTube wins hands down. Currently it's about talent acquisition and many Facebook users are pulling away and turning to YouTube to gain attention and profits. Another question addressed is whether Instagram will catch up to Facebook in its mobile display advertising. Ari explains he does not think it will reach Facebook. Draft Kings recently raised $300 million and Ari thinks it's a smart move for Fox as it's a tight community and a good investment.

Ari Zoldan is CEO of Quantum Networks and technology expert often appears on FOX Business, FOX News, CNBC, CNN and CCTV. Entrepreneur, television and radio commentator, speaker, media personality, best selling author, Ari Zoldan has made his mark in the technology, business and start-up sectors.

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Companies

Symbol Name Price Change % Volume
FB Facebook Inc. 140.34 0.81 0.58 16,667,331 Trade
GOOG Alphabet Inc. 814.43 -3.15 -0.39 1,981,040 Trade

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