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… that started with the first crowdsourced encyclopedia, Wikipedia. Wikipedia was followed by Friendster, MySpace, Facebook in 2004, and Twitter in 2006. While Facebook and Twitter are the two top social media platforms today, MySpace has undergone several pivots and is still in quiet operation. While the infographic does include the launch of apps like…
(Editor’s note: Images are linked to the original posts) Taylor Swift uses Instagram just like I do. She takes photos of her cats, maybe takes a short clip of them jumping into boxes or snaps a photo of something that she baked that evening. But, unlike me, Taylor has 12 million followers. Aside from sharing her fascination with cats and baked goods, she also leverages Ins ...
… active users and 239 Million accounts. VK is a Facebook like platform and is the second largest in Europe. VK.com is now owned by mail.ru and Putin friendly CEOs happy to give up user data. Odnoklassniki – 37+ Million active users and 148 Million accounts, Similar to classmates.com connecting school friends MoiMir – Brings together mail.ru…
Practically since the advent of blogging, people have been proclaiming that blogging is dead. There’s a new eulogy written for blogging every year, from major platforms—respected and popular sources like The Content King, Social Media Today, The Guardian, Politico, and even The New York Times have filled blogging’s grave and written its tombstone.