Google may still be the world’s most visited website with users spending nearly 2 hours on the site in a given month. But the average U.S. Internet user spends nearly 4 times the amount of those hours on Facebook, according to a new study.
Telegraph.co.ukFacebook's Anti-Google FiascoWall Street JournalGoogle wants a piece of Facebook's $2 billion in annual advertising revenues, hoping to build a similar social media network to boost its $29 billion in annual revenues.
AVOS, the new and upcoming startup by YouTube co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen, has announced the purchase of Tap11, an analytics platform for social media campaigns. A spinoff from Zannel, a mobile social ...
USA TodayMicrosoft Acquires Skype for $8 B Bet on Expanding Its Social Media CornerRed HerringIt was a move by Microsoft to head off Skype's possible IPO, and leverage the computer company a larger stake in the social media market.
Can a compelling advertisement be as powerful as a remarkable idea? TED believes so. For the second year running, the idea-spreading non-profit is seeking the top 10 most fascinating advertisements worth spreading.
Social Media Brings China New Challenges, OpportunitiesVoice of AmericaSeptember 30, 2011 Social Media Brings China New Challenges, Opportunities William Ide | Washington, DC China has more people online than any other country in the world despite...
Most 'Liked' Silicon Valley CompaniesBusinessWeekSalesforce, based in San Francisco, has an edge in social media because it helps companies do their own social outreach, part of its role as the biggest seller of Internet-based customer-management...
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone delivers keynote address at Capital ConnectionWashington PostBut like the 32 growth-stage companies that made eight-minute pitches to investors throughout the day, Twitter was once a promising but not completely proven...
Weibo posts lesson in making social media payFinancial TimesBut Mr Xu was forced to be speedier than planned due to China's love affair with social media – particularly microblogs, the Twitter-like platforms for short instant online messages.
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