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13 Social Media Statistics For 2013

13 Social Media Statistics For 2013

Useful to see where we are with Social Media as we approach the end of the year (2013). Nothing too surprising here, i.e. the numbers just get bigger. Key statistics and trends from the Infographic: 30 percent of traffic from social media is from SlideShare. Snapchat declined two multi-billion acquisition offers from Google and Facebook. Over 35 million images with the hashtag #Selfie were posted to Instagram. L.L. Bean’s Woodland Creatures Pinterest board is the most followed with 4,689,706 followers….

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Bullish on digital: McKinsey Global Survey results | McKinsey & Company

Bullish on digital: McKinsey Global Survey results | McKinsey & Company

See on Scoop.it – The Social Web CEOs and other senior executives are increasingly engaged as their companies step up efforts to build digital enterprises. A McKinsey & Company article. The latest report from McKinsey on the state of digital enterprise (Social Business) offers some interesting insight on trends, as follows: 56 percent of businesses survey say digital engagement of customers is at least a top-ten company priority, and on the whole respondents report notable progress since 2012 in deploying…

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Social Media Revolution 2013

Social Media Revolution 2013

I’ve been following Erik Qualman’s Social Media Revolution series since the first one I saw back in 2010. The numbers just keep getting bigger! Previous versions: Social Media Revolution 2010 Social Media Revolution 2011 Social Media Revolution 2012   Feel free to share…

The State Of Social Media 2012

The State Of Social Media 2012

A useful chronology of the key social media events and statistics over the past 12 months. Slightly surprised by the omission of Tumblr, which is predicted to continue its stellar growth in 2013. According to Techcrunch, the company is getting 20 billion pageviews a month, up from 15 billion at the beginning of the year. Will it be acquired by Facebook in 2013? Someone seems to think so: “If Facebook isn’t thinking of buying Tumblr, it should be.” One thing is…

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Where Next For Social Media

Where Next For Social Media

Technology is no longer something to be feared or avoided – it’s part and parcel of how we live our lives in the 21st century, and it provides us with unprecedented opportunities to understand the world in which we live, and to tap into the collective wisdom of our fellow human beings. It’s good to be alive!

The Search For Intelligence (and filtering out stupidity)

The Search For Intelligence (and filtering out stupidity)

This week’s launch of Twitter’s Tailored Trends, Facebook’s App Center, and Airtime’s safety net is part of the growing recognition that a (very high) percentage of content on the interweb is unaldulterated rubbish with a layer of drivel on top.  Most serious users are finding it increasingly difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff. The search for RELEVANCE is starting to become an onerous and time-consuming activity. Whether or not the solutions provided by Twitter, Facebook and Airtime will…

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