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INFOGRAPHIC: How Social Sites Make Money

INFOGRAPHIC: How Social Sites Make Money | Cloud Central | Scoop.it
Ever wonder how social sites make money? Here’s a quick look at which revenue streams help major social networking companies become a successful business.
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INFOGRAPHIC: Social Discovery: The Next "Thing"?

INFOGRAPHIC: Social Discovery: The Next "Thing"? | Cloud Central | Scoop.it
Some of us are sick of seeing the same people doing the same things every day on social media. Here’s the solution…
We all know where to go to find our friends. It starts with a face and ends in a book. What about when we don’t want to see our friends or family? A growing trend in social networking is the concept of “social discovery” whereby people go to meet new people of similar interests, demographics, or geography.
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4 Ways to Use Tumblr to Connect With Customers | Social Media Examiner

4 Ways to Use Tumblr to Connect With Customers | Social Media Examiner | Cloud Central | Scoop.it

Tumblr boasts 39 million users, half of whom are under the age of 25. Since the bigger social networks have more varied demographics, it offers marketers a chance to connect with a defined audience.

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The Social Cloud: Promising Social Media Startups for 2012 | CloudTweaks

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The Social Cloud: Promising Social Media Startups for 2012.

 

While Facebook continues to dominate the Social media scene and rumors abound as to its next acquisition (probably Digg according to some people) many more startups are joining it by providing services somewhat different from the usual. Promising Cloud Based Social Media Startups to watch for in 2012 include Tumblr, Pinterest and Wooplr.

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