Dec 23, 2011

10 Things You Must Know about the State of Social Media in 2011
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Social Media

The “Next” Disrupters are still being Decided

In 2004 Facebook emerged and no one would have guessed that it would “disrupt” the current default social network MySpace. Today Facebook dominates but during 2011 Google got serious and launched Google+ which became the fastest growing social network in history and reached 25 million userss in less than 30days. To put that in perspective Facebook took 36 months and Twitter 33 months to reach that number.

Three other social networks to watch are Tumblr (172% growth), Sina Weibo (181% ) and Badoo growing at 64% in the past year. One dark horse to watch is Pinterest.com which is a visual image pinboard which has grown by more than 512% in the last 6 months

Will Google+ or some other social network emerge as a “disrupter”… time will tell!

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