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  • Angie's List Is Dying For The Same Reason Facebook Is Winning

    Last quarter we wrote a big post about how Mark Zuckerberg is trying to unbundle Facebook and how Angie's List (NASDAQ:ANGI) could learn from his strategy. Mark Zuckerberg has been executing flawlessly on the monetization of Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and demolishing the consensus from Wall Street each quarter. On the other hand Angie's List has been growing revenue, but struggling to keep up with growth expectations. Yesterday afternoon Angie's List posted terrible earnings and the stock got slammed 19%. Angie, you should have been paying more attention to what Mark said last quarter.

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    The long short of our post from back in April was that Facebook was going to be unbundled, but Zuckerberg had the vision to see it coming. In an interview with the New York Times Zuckerberg admitted he was working on unpackaging the big blue app into smaller platforms himself. The idea is that


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  • Angie's List's (ANGI) CEO Bill Oesterle on Q2 2014 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

    Angie’s List, Inc. (NASDAQ:ANGI)

    Q2 2014 Results Earnings Conference Call

    July 23, 2014 04:30 PM ET

    Executives

    Leslie Arena - VP of Investor Relations

    Bill Oesterle - Chief Executive Officer

    Angie Hicks - Chief Marketing Officer

    Tom Fox - Chief Financial Officer

    Analysts

    Jason Helfstein - Oppenheimer

    Paul Bieber - Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Shawn Milne - Janney Capital

    Sameet Sinha - B. Riley

    Kerry Rice - Needham

    Gene Munster - Piper Jaffray

    Rohit Kulkarni - RBC Capital Markets

    Jeff Houston - Barrington Research

    Todd Van Fleet - First Analysis

    James Cakmak - Telsey Advisory Group

    Presentation

    Operator

    Welcome to the Angie's List Second Quarter 2014 Earnings Conference Call. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode. Later, we will conduct a question-and-answer session and instructions will follow at that time. (Operator Instructions). As a reminder, today's call is being recorded.

    At this time, I would like


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  • Angie's List -16.4% AH on Q2 miss, light Q3 guidance
  • Update: Angie's List Earnings
    By David Trainer:

    Angie's List (NASDAQ:ANGI) reported a larger than expected loss on Wednesday, and its revenues grew slower than expected. The stock is down over 12% after hours. The stock is now down 58% since my original bearish call in September.

    Underneath the headlines, two big numbers stand out to me. One is 77%, which is the percent of total revenue provided by service providers, up from 73% a year ago. The other number is , which is the marketing spend per new member, up 13% from a year ago.

    These two numbers reinforce the fact that ANGI, which markets itself as a "consumer driven organization" is actually beholden to service providers, and consumers recognize that


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  • Notable earnings after Wednesday’s close
  • Angie's List: How Not To Run A Company
    By Hale Stewart:

    A recent post on Seeking Alpha detailed five reasons why the author didn't like Angie's List (NASDAQ:ANGI). Two really stood out in my mind -- massive insider selling (never a good sign) and out of control expenses. To satisfy my own curiosity, I took at look at the company's financials and agree with the author: Angie's List is not a company to invest in for the following reasons:

    • The company is illiquid
    • In the event of an extreme financial situation, they are ill-equipped to finance continuing operations
    • The Company has five straight years of net losses and has negative operating margins
    • The company's expenses are poorly controlled

    Let's start by looking at the company's liquidity position:

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    Above is a chart of AL's current, quick and cash ratio for the last five years. In only one year -- 2011 -- the company had positive numbers. In all others


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  • Angie's List: Portrait Of A Catastrophe
    ByQuoth the Raven:

    As a quick reminder, Angie's List is a company that provides crowd sourced reviews on local businesses. From AngiesList.com:

    More than 2 million households nationwide check Angie's List reviews to find the best local service providers, like roofers, plumbers, handymen, mechanics, doctors and dentists. And that's just the short list. We collect ratings and reviews on more than 720 different services. The people who join Angie's List are just like you - real folks looking for a way to find trustworthy companies that perform high-quality work.

    Angie's List members submit more than 60,000 reviews every month about the companies they hire. They include incredible details about how the project went (including cost), and grade the company's response time, price, professionalism and quality of work -- good or bad -- on an A to F scale. Angie's List members will tell you if a crew was conscious of children and


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