Figures, numbers and statistics can all be found in a thesaurus under similar entries. As our regular users would know, Habbo has achieved the monstrous 200 million user milestone. However, the success does not end there and some magical news has come from the Sulake offices, the stats for 2010.
Many pundits will be following these stats due to the fact that unlike any year, this has been a monumental
one for Habbo in terms of business decisions. Now, you don’t have to be Donald Trump to know that the crucial business decision this year was the controversial merge
of the English speaking hotels under one unit- it has almost become like a mini United Nations!
In terms of staffing it hasn’t been a positive year for Sulake employers with many of them becoming unemployed. These mass layoffs started in October 2009, where over 40 Sulake staff were let go and the trend simply continued until the merge happened. Dear old Ludus may even be lying homeless in a sewer somewhere for all we know! The positivity comes that from Ludus’ malnutrition and dehydration, figures for December 2010 alone were a whopping and jaw dropping 25 percent higher annually from the same time last year, and the company has made nearly double of what it made from last December 2009, which really is something to be proud of. Sulake has failed to inform us, which hotel in particular made the most year on year improvement in terms of profit or which one does indeed generate the most profit; those are safely stored in Habbo’s account books, which are more secure than my pants!
To put all my rambling to figures, Habbo has made €4.5 ($6.04/£3.86) million in virtual goods sales in December alone. This puts the overall figure at an unimaginable €22 ($29.53/£18.89) million. Imagine how many Ferraris I could buy with all those zeros!
Sulake says that 2010 was only begging to long-term success with Habbo. A Sulake company spokesperson said: “We have pretty exciting new things and improvements coming out this year, we expect to grow our revenue in 2011 at the same pace and to further improve the company’s profitability.”
So, there you go folks! If I were you I would invest in Sulake stock as quickly as possible, because it looks likely to continue to sky rocket in price. The conclusion made was that the merge was indeed a profitable act, and despite many disgruntled customers, many first timers came to the game and bought subscriptions. Official company stats show that three-quarters of these so-called ‘first time’ customers will become regular ones. You can figure out the rest using mathematical knowledge and skill!
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