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Doxtop enters Document Sharing Niche

Has anyone used Doxtop? I wonder how it compares to DocStoc and Scribd…

Social Media Trends at Fortune 100 Companies

2 Solid Social Media Presentations

Woooh! New Social Media Numbers!


With Facebook officially turning five years old recently, combined with the site surging past MySpace in Monthly Unique Visitors, it seems like a good time to take a little deeper look at the social networking giants.

It’s hard to believe that last year around this time we discussing the effects of bad PR for Facebook and if the site had ‘jumped the shark,’ but those arguments now seem to more appropriately apply to other properties.

A year ago, we ranked the top 25 social networking sites by monthly visits, and I was curious to see how the positions would change if we re-ranked those same sites with the most recent figures.
Social Networks: Facebook Takes Over Top Spot, Twitter Climbs

11% of Online Americans Now Using Twitter!

Online microblogging services like Twitter, a popular social media tool for many media companies and television networks, are used by 11% of online Americans, according to a research report conducted by Pew Internet & American Life Project in December and released today. That’s up from 9% of online Americans using the service in November.

Back in May, Pew reported online microblogging usage at about 6% of online Americans.

Twitter users skew young, with one in five online Americans in the 18-to-24 demo using Twitter. But Pew also said the median age of a Twitter user is 31, compared to 27 for MySpace, 26 for Facebook and 40 for LinkedIn.

Media and online video companies such as Hulu and Veoh regularly use Twitter to track consumer feedback and to interact with users.

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