It took four years to hit 21 billion tweets. Now Twitter users generate nearly half a billion a day, and the Library of Congress will be archiving and indexing all of them. Read this article by Daniel Terdiman on CNET News.
A new eMarketer report examines how consumers use brand websites, where else they go for information and branded content, and how brands can measure the success of their dot-coms and overall content marketing programs.
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Facebook keeps user counts for its mobile apps hidden, but researcher Benedict Evans found a way to uncover them and they provide critical insight into the direction and performance of Facebook's mobile efforts.
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