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معین وقتی نیستی متن - Moein - Vaghti Nisti Lyrics HQ

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وقتی نیستی خونمون با من غریبی می کنه

دل اگه میگه صبورم خود فریبی می کنه

صدای قناری محزون و غم آلود میشه

واسه من هر چی که هست و نیست نابود میشه

وقتی نیستی گل هستی خشک و بی رنگ میشه

نمی دونی چقدر دلم برات تنگ میشه

وقتی نیستی گلهای باغچه نگاهم می کنن

با زبون بسته محکوم به گناهم می کنن

گلها میگن که با داشتن یه دنیا خاطره

چرا دیوونگی کردی و گذاشتی که بره

وقتی نیستی گل هستی خشک و بی رنگ میشه

نمی دونی چقدر دلم برات تنگ میشه

وقتی نیستی همه ی پنجره ها بسته میشن

با سکوت تو خونه قناری ها خسته میشن

روز واسم هفته میشه هفته برام ماه میشه

نفسهام به یاد تو یکی یکی آه میشه

وقتی نیستی گلهای باغچه نگاهم می کنن

با زبون بسته محکوم به گناهم می کنن

گلها میگن که با داشتن یه دنیا خاطره

چرا دیوونگی کردی و گذاشتی که بره

وقتی نیستی گل هستی خشک و بی رنگ میشه

نمی دونی چقدر دلم برات تنگ میشه

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sina saedian

the best song love you Moein

جااااااااااااااااااااااااااااااااااااااااانم معين
Dana Ahmed

im cry when i lesting this songe
Samir Nikoo

مثل معين در كره خاكي پيدا نخواهد شد
hesam nl

geryam gerft yade dorane 8 ,9 salegi oftadam akheyyyyyyyyyyyyy

vai khoda moradm az tanhai:((

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News Report:

Facebook's next growth engines still warming up

SAN FRANCISCO – Facebook Inc. has a message for Wall Street: Don't expect new revenue streams anytime soon. 
The world's No. 1 Internet social network delivered its strongest revenue growth in several years during the first quarter, as its mobile ad business gained steam.
But even as Facebook gave investors the good news, buoying its stock by roughly 3 percent in after-hours trading, the company made it clear that other money-making efforts such as video ads and ads within its Instagram photo-sharing app would not bear fruit in the near future.
"That will probably be the most disappointing statement to come out of the call," said Macquarie Research analyst Ben Schachter. "Many folks were anticipating a next leg of growth."
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg told analysts on a conference call on Wednesday that Instagram ads, video ads and a nascent mobile ad network were all still in experimental phases and that none of them would make a meaningful contribution to revenue in 2014.
That may dash the hopes of some investors, who had expected Instagram to start generating revenue two years after Facebook acquired it for $1 billion.
"We're very focused on consumer growth, and we move slowly and deliberately in monetization," Sandberg said, referring to the limited number of ads on Instagram. "We don't see the need or the urge to ramp this as quickly as we possibly can."
Facebook is also going slow with auto-play video ads. Facebook said earlier this year it would allow a small group of advertisers to display 15-second video ads on Facebook, but Sandberg said on Wednesday the company was still gauging users' response and was in no hurry to open the service up broadly to advertisers.
The comments are likely to cause financial analysts and investors to re-appraise Facebook's near-term prospects. In notes to investors released prior to Wednesday's earnings report, Morgan Stanley estimated that video ads could contribute $900 million to Facebook's top line this year, while Cowen & Co. targeted $1 billion in video ad revenue.
Shares of Facebook remained up in after hours trading, even after the company warned that its advertising revenue growth would slow throughout the year, as it faces tougher year-on-year comparisons.
Investors are willing to give Facebook some leeway, given its strong performance building the mobile ad business, said Macquarie's Schacther.
"They've earned the benefit of the doubt, that even if it doesn't come this quarter, or the next quarter, that it will come," he said of the company's additional revenue opportunities.
Turn around
Facebook's newsfeed ads, which inject paid marketing messages straight into a user's stream of news and content, have ignited Facebook's revenue growth and bolstered its stock price during the past year. The ads are ideally suited for the smaller-sized screens of smartphones and other mobile devices.
Facebook said mobile ads contributed 59 percent of its ad revenue in the first quarter, up from 30 percent in the year-ago period. Facebook's overall revenue grew 72 percent year-on-year to $2.5 billion in the first quarter, above the $2.36 billion expected by analysts polled by Thomson Reuters.
Facebook's first-quarter results underscore how far the company has come since its rocky 2012 initial public offering, when concerns about slowing revenue growth cut its stock price in half. At the time, investors questioned Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg's commitment to the financial side of the business, spooked by the hoodie-wearing founder's comments about that Facebook does not build services to make money, but rather that it makes money to build better services.
Many of the key investor concerns about Facebook's ability to transition its ad business to mobile phones and a perception that consumers were cutting back their time on the social network have been dispelled, said FBN Securities analyst Shebly Seyrafi.
He noted the proportion of Facebook users who access the site daily increased to nearly 63 percent in the first quarter, up from 61.5 percent at the end of 2013.
"If you look at user growth, engagement rates and monetization, the three key levers of value, Facebook delivered on all three," he said.
While Seyrafi said he believed Instagram has the potential to turn into a near-term money-maker, he said he was not concerned by Facebook's comments.
"All these things are new shoots of growth for the company," Seyrafi said. "But I think that they want to deliver first and report it afterwards, rather than guiding beforehand." – Reuters

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