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Social Media Top US Mobile Content Category : MarketingProfs Article

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHitsAs mobile adoption grows rapidly in the US, so does mobile content consumption, which recorded double-digit year-over-year (YOY) growth across all major categories as of March 2011 with social networking the standout category, increasing 45.7% to nearly 64 million usersShow original

 
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Twitter’s Awareness vs. Usage Problem – eMarketer

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHitsDespite growth, usage is still a niche activity The Pew Internet & American Life Project announced this month that Twitter usage had risen from 8% of US internet users in fall 2010 to 13% in May 2011, a 62.5% increase in penetration. Twitter usage does seem to be growing, but is a

 
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Facebook Growth Outpacing Other Social Media

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHitsSocial Media – Facebook, the top US social networking site since May 2009, attracted roughly 151 million unique US visitors in April 2011, reaching three out of four visitors to the social networking during the month.Show original

 
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Social Media – Twitter Use Reaches 13%, Strongest Among Minority Groups : MarketingProfs

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHitsSome 13% of online adults in the US say they use Twitter, up from 8% who said so in November 2010, according to a new report by Pew Research. Show original

 
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Small Business Owners Working Harder, but Happy : MarketingProfs

Via Scoop.it – MarketingHitsMore than three-quarters of US microbusiness owners say they are very (42%) or extremely (35%) happy to work for themselves, according to Vistaprint’s newly launched Small Business Happiness Index, which tracks the pulse of US microbusinesses. Moreover, 35% say they wouldn’t even consider working for someone else.Show original

 
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