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Surprising Social Media Statistics from 2013 (Infographic)

Surprising Social Media Statistics from 2013 (Infographic) | Global-b2b-trade-network |

Over the last several years, the popularity of social media has reached incredible heights—and 2013 was the best year thus far., and many of the mind boggling social media statistics from the past year prove this.

In 2013, 95 percent of Facebook users logged into their accounts daily. One of Facebook’s main competitors, Twitter, reached 231.7 million active users. Google+ wants to get on their levels, and it does add 25,000 new users every day.

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Via Lauren Moss, ManufacturingStories
Joseph Coudray's curator insight, February 1, 2014 1:15 PM

Another intesresting inforgraphic 'cause that's what we like. Vine is really getting popular.


Ewa Sulima's curator insight, February 5, 2014 6:12 AM

Interesting facts!

niallhardie's curator insight, February 17, 2014 5:10 AM

16% of all daily internet time is spent on Facebook - that's a lot of inane chat...

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Predicting the Future For Your Farm

Predicting the Future For Your Farm | Global-b2b-trade-network |

There are many approaches and many resources. And yet there is no surefire way to really predict 100%. What can you do? First off is to listen to those that are following some of the detail. For example Dr. Steve Meyer shares his thoughts on grains and livestock. Or there is Dr. Elwynn Taylor's talk on the weather.


What can help is learn about the process of prediction. Freakonomics re-published their episode The Folly of Prediction, which looks at the process, art, science, and magic of making predictions. 


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Paper History

Paper History | Global-b2b-trade-network |
A brief history of paper, from the time of payrus to the invention of paper by Ts'ai Lun, to the spread of papermaking in the West, and the invention of the Fourdrinier machine and its influence on the industrial revolution.
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Paper is most multi-purpose materials used in homes, schools, offices, and businesses throughout the world. Paper is used for all education and official  purposes starting from school children to professionals and every individual needs paper in many forms. They are manufactured in different varieties and qualities based on the needs. They are decorated in the form of greeting cards & invitations. provides you a good opportunity to Expose and promote your Paper products to the right audiences. Find exact match for your business needs.

Choose the right seller, distributer or importer of raw materials or machineries to manufacture your own Paper products. is a worldwide B2B portal which play a predominant role for the development and promotion of paper industry and paper products. It is a Global online marketplace where you can fulfill all your business needs.

The user can also sell used machineries through and get proper value for your products. Various opportunities are provided for the member of to enhance the business growth. Get Details about latest tradeshows in the field of Paper industry. Find right business matches for your business both locally and globally through

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Biz Storytelling: 33 Laws of Content Marketing Success

Biz Storytelling: 33 Laws of Content Marketing Success | Global-b2b-trade-network |
There has been a lot of fuss about content marketing and how to make it work if you're a business. In frank and concise language, Marcus Sheridan explains how c

Via Dr. Karen Dietz, ManufacturingStories
Janet Tillotson's curator insight, February 3, 2014 1:12 AM

Creatove waus tp sharing through social media, blogs, ebooks, and the like...

John M. Lee's curator insight, February 3, 2014 4:06 PM

Speaking words of wisdom...

Paul Dixon's curator insight, February 4, 2014 1:54 AM

It seems to me that the more you learn the more there is to learn.

Read books to gain the edge.

A lot of the information learnt is common sense but means nothing unless put in action. JUST DO IT.