Is Facebook the best way to play the growing mobile advertising trend? Fool analyst David Meier thinks so. In the following video, he lays out the case for Facebook.
Facebook has come out of nowhere to grab almost 16% of the mobile advertising market. And it's looking to build on its recent success. All of the previous investments that Facebook made to revamp its mobile experience are starting to pay off, positioning the company to continue to seize market share in this growing space.
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