Fewer people in the U.S. visited Facebook last month compared with the month before, and the amount of time visitors spend on the site also shrinking.
It happened to MySpace, will it happen to Facebook? Active users are dropping. Is it fatigue? Moving on to another social media network? Either way, if you are a communicator, you will want to watch this trend closely and be prepared to react quickly.
While “social” companies struggle with uneven stock performance and other challenges in 2012, LinkedIn saw its revenue, profit and share price surge by 80 percent, thanks to its membership of 200 million professionals and the prospective employers...
It is amazing to see how far LinkedIn has developed the features within its social media platform. LinkedIn is my preferred social networking tool to use and a must-have for professionals wanting to develop job skills and grow their career. Plus, you don’t have to worry about seeing pictures of cat memes or the latest viral video again.
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