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Blogging, Twitter and Facebook inside US corporations

Each year Fortune Magazine compiles a list of the largest US corporations, which are named the Fortune 500 given their size and wealth. Due to the hugely influential role that these companies play inside the corporate world, their use of social media technologies does provide valuable insights of emergent trends to monitor. By Social Media Research


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5 points to remember about Twitter’s effectiveness

Recent Twitter statistics presented by Pew Internet came with some surprise in the new media. The survey revealed that only 8 percent of American internet users are using Twitter. By Trendsspotting Blog

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Six social media trends for 2011

It was a banner year for social media growth and adoption. We witnessed Facebook overtake Google in most weekly site traffic, while some surveys reported nearly 95% of companies using LinkedIn to help in recruiting efforts. By Logic+Emotion

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Mobile web will be catching up with text messaging with more teens owning smartphones

Text messaging behavior is currently driven by young mobile users. Once they will own smartphones – TrendsSpotting predicts a fundamental change in the use of mobile phones: the text messaging phenomena will be replaced by mobile web activities. By Taly Weiss

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5 Reasons Facebook Will Be the 2012 Marketing Requisite

Here are 5 reasons it is imperative that your business have a Customized Facebook Business page. By Patsy Stewart

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