Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s trip to Asia took him to Samsung’s headquarters in South Korea. The founder of the social network participated in a meeting with South Korean company’s president, Shin Jong Kyun, about the advancement of advertising sales in mobile devices, according to Bloomberg.
The expansion of revenue from mobile advertising is one of the focuses of Facebook, which in April had already launched Home, precisely to leverage the generation of revenue from advertising on mobile phones and one of the devices chosen to run the application was the Samsung Galaxy S4. .
The approach of companies is a sign that the social network knows that the internet is getting more mobile every day, and that approaching the largest cell phone manufacturer today is a good market strategy.
Facebook confirms the meeting, but refuses to discuss the content of the conversation. Zuckerberg also met with South Korea’s President Park Geun Hye to discuss visions of “creative economy”.