Facebook released its first quarter 2014 profit investigate Wednesday, whipping Wall Street’s evaluations with posted incomes of $2.5 billion.

The normal income for every client (ARPU) as far and wide as possible expanded over the previous year too, as stated by the report. Overall ARPU (measured by payments and advertisement) arrived at $2 in the first quarter — up from $1.35 in Q1 2013, yet down from $2.14 in Q4 2013.

In the United States and Canada, the ARPU arrived at $5.85, up from $3.50 in Q1 2013.

The accompanying graph, made by Statista, breaks down the development of the normal income for every Facebook user over the previous year.


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