A new chart from the Pew Research Journalism Project depicts just how much of the social news space Facebook has captured, relative to Twitter, Google+, YouTube, and LinkedIn.
We shared earlier that, based on Pew’s research, 8% of U.S. adults get news through Twitter, compared to 30% through Facebook.
But that’s not all – those who get news on other social networks are the most likely to also get news from Facebook, making Mark Zuckerberg’s once-humble creation the resource for social news today.
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We’ve compiled our top ten Twitter stories of the week, which includes a study that provides a wealth of tips on how to get more retweets, suggestions on what you should never tweet on Twitter, 10 effective ways to increase your Twitter followers, news that Twitter and Pinterest are challenging Facebook for their slice of the social sharing space and the latest social media active user statistics for the top networks.
Twitter has updated the official Twitter For Mac application with a number of new features, including expandable timelines, plus a revised design that brings the product into line with its other apps.