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A media company that creates content based on online search demand.
In an era where good websites can barely break even, these guys decide to try to make money with monkeys on typewriters writing spam content and SEOing the crap out of it by farming links among their spam sites. They haven't made a dime so far, and even if they did, the deserved banhammer could come down at any time.
ok I believe
An overreaction to the true impact of Google's Panda updates sent the stock plummeting from its highs, but the company's continued revenue growth, extensive investments in high quality content (Rachel Ray & eHow Food, Tyra Banks & typeF, etc.) and elimination of low-quality content from very early eHow days proves the company is far beyond what the critics and shorts would like to have you believe. Demand Media creates content for USA Today, The Houston Chronicle, Motley Fool, National Geographic and so many more. The new arrangement with Google is the largest single revenue deal in the company's history. All are very, very bullish signs for a stock hit so hard by a market overreaction.
There is no future for content mills, online content and search algos will mature to make them irrelevant.
Sure, I will be try my luck. They have fantastic content, but ya, google is the main source of viewers for some of them. The PE (based on cash-flows from ops) is going to be between 10 and 20 (15 without any growth). In 2009 they financed all of their growth with internal revenue and payed down debt (now zero I think).
So many changes with Google - it's hard to keep up...Going to take some time for the company to develop solid revenue resulting in profits. Won't happen in the next couple of years.
Ren Ren Ipo soon. That will make this go up. I like the funds that hold this stock so soon in its life.
No real product.
I feel let down as I was under the assumption the company made alot more money than they disclosed at IPO. This company should not have so many employees, and they should be making much more n/i.
Google is going to crush this business.
Have read nothing but negative analysis. Plus, their website looks a little rough.
When Google kills their love, there will be no demand for Demand's articles.
With all the latest media attention, Demand Media should benefit.
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