Facebook's on a quest to get you involved in real-time global conversations. Today it takes the next step towards challenging Twitter by adding hashtag support to its mobile site and launching related hashtags.
As a follow-up to my recent post: 8 Tips for Effectively Using Social Media for Social Change, I asked leading nonprofit and communications experts for their number one piece of social media advice for nonprofits to get a well-rounded view of the...
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Anca Toader's insight:
Interesting trend highlighted by GlobalWebIndex study: "Data collected in GWI.8 (Q4 2012) demonstrates the continued shift in usage from localised social platforms to global ones with huge growth for Twitter, Google+ and Facebook."
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