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Pinterest Joins Facebook, Twitter And Instagram Amongst Top 50 Most-Visited Websites [STATS]

ComScore has released its list of the top fifty most-visited websites in the U.S. for September, and, for the first time, Pinterest has made an appearance, albeit barely.

Pinterest’s 25.3 million visitors in September was good enough for 50th place on the list, behind its more senior social media brethren MySpace (47th), Instagram (44th), Twitter (27th), LinkedIn (26th) and Facebook (4th).

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Instagram Beat Out Twitter For Daily Mobile Users In August [STATS]

For the first time in history, Instagram saw more daily users in the United States accessing its app on mobile than Twitter did. The month of August saw nearly half a million more users augmenting their photos with sepia-toned and retro lenses than sending 140 character messages every day.
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Twitter Mobile Usage In Europe More Than Doubles Over Past Year

Twitter is growing in popularity with Europeans on the go. According to new figures from ComScore, Twitter.com and its official apps saw 115 percent growth year-over-year in September 2011.
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Twitter Saw Record Number Of Visitors In July

Judging from the latest batch of comScore traffic number, Twitter has reached its point of critical mass. July saw record traffic for the company, as more unique monthly US visitors used Twitter this month than ever before in its five years of being online.
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As Twitter Grows, its Users Grow Older

Young people are shifting away from Twitter, but older folks appear to be embracing it in droves. In the past year, Twitter saw its youngest demographic shrink, but its older demographics grow significantly, indicating that Twitter may be growing into a more sophisticated network.
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