Facebook’s Zuckerberg in Over His Hoodie: Bibb

Facebook’s prospects are lackluster at best, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shown little to prove otherwise, Porter Bibb of Media Tech Capital Partners said Wednesday on CNBC.

“He did speak out for the first time since the IPO at TechDisrupt last week in San Francisco, but my feeling is Mark Zuckerberg is in over his hoodie,” he said on “Fast Money.” “Fifty percent of Facebook’s users are logging in from mobile devices. He has yet to come up with anything close to a model that monetizes mobile.”

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Bibb also criticized excitement over Zuckerberg’s announcement that the social media giant would enter the search business.

“My advice to Mr. Zuckerberg is: Check with Steve Ballmer at Microsoft and ask him how much traction he’s developed for Bing. It ain’t very easy getting into the search business.”

Bibb pointed out what appears to be a lost opportunity.

“The one thing that he does have that he has not promoted, and that’s really ironic, he is starting a competitor to Google’s AdSense, an advertising syndication service that will send ads through Facebook to websites and destinations way beyond Facebook,” he said. “That could be a very important monetization model for the future of Facebook, but I don’t see anything really visible that is happening in that front. He didn’t even mention it when he was at TechDisrupt.”

Bibb took shots at Groupon, and he weighed in on Chinese social media names: “I really like RenRen,” which Bibb called “the Facebook of China,” and Sina, owner of “Twitter clone” Weibo.

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