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More Than 7 in 10 Twitter, Pinterest Shares Are Now Done Via a Mobile Device [STUDY]

More Than 7 in 10 Twitter, Pinterest Shares Are Now Done Via a Mobile Device [STUDY]

The vast majority of all Twitter and Pinterest social sharing is now done via a mobile device – compared to slightly more than half of Facebook sharing – reveals a new study from ShareThis.

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Facebook: 23% of all Social Traffic in June (Pinterest Dips, Twitter Flat at 1%) [STATS]

Facebook: 23% of all Social Traffic in June (Pinterest Dips, Twitter Flat at 1%) [STATS]

Facebook’s slice of the social referral traffic pie got a little bit bigger last month, with the giant now accounting for almost one quarter of all social website visits, reports Shareaholic.

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Just 5 Percent of Doctors Use Twitter for Professional Purposes [STUDY]

Just 5 Percent of Doctors Use Twitter for Professional Purposes [STUDY]

If you’re getting worried about that rash that just won’t go away, it’s probably not worth tweeting your doctor about it, as a new study has revealed that just one in 20 U.S. physicians use Twitter for professional purposes, reports MedData Group.

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Facebook Outperforms Twitter, Google+ For Social Brand Interactions [STUDY]

Facebook Outperforms Twitter, Google+ For Social Brand Interactions [STUDY]

Have you Liked a brand’s Facebook Page in the last four weeks? Or shared one of their photos with your friends?

Now, how recently have you done this on Twitter?

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Facebook, Google+, Snapchat, LinkedIn All Bigger Than Twitter In Norway [STUDY]

Facebook, Google+, Snapchat, LinkedIn All Bigger Than Twitter In Norway [STUDY]

Facebook maintains its position as the most popular social network in Norway, with 77 percent of the country’s population – about 3.1 million users – active on the platform, reveals new data from Ipsos MMI.

Conversely, less than one in four Norwegians use Twitter, and just 28 percent of those are active on Twitter each day.

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Customers Still Prefer The Telephone, Email And Even FAQs Over Social Media For Support [STUDY]

Customers Still Prefer The Telephone, Email And Even FAQs Over Social Media For Support [STUDY]

Two-thirds of brands say that improving their social media customer service is their most pressing issue for 2014, with six in 10 believing they will lose ground if they don’t adopt social customer service technology throughout the service operations, reveals a new study.

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86% Of Charities And Nonprofits Use Twitter, 71% Say Social Useful For Donations [STUDY]

86% Of Charities And Nonprofits Use Twitter, 71% Say Social Useful For Donations [STUDY]

98 percent of charities and nonprofits in the U.S. are active on at least one social media site, with YouTube (97 percent), Facebook (92 percent) and Twitter (86 percent) most favoured, reveals new data from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Marketing Research.

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Teenagers Prefer Snapchat To Twitter (But Facebook Still Rules) [STUDY]

Teenagers Prefer Snapchat To Twitter (But Facebook Still Rules) [STUDY]

Just over one-third of teenagers use Twitter every day, but more than four in 10 don’t use it all, reveals a new study.

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Three Quarters Of SMBs Are Investing More Time In Social Media Marketing [STUDY]

Three Quarters Of SMBs Are Investing More Time In Social Media Marketing [STUDY]

As a small business owner, are you investing more of your time in social media?

You’re not alone, as new data has revealed that almost three-quarters of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have increased the time they spend using social media for marketing purposes, with less than one in 10 cutting back.

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How Many Millennials, Gen Xers And Baby Boomers Use Facebook, Twitter And Instagram? [STUDY]

How Many Millennials, Gen Xers And Baby Boomers Use Facebook, Twitter And Instagram? [STUDY]

59 percent of millennials have a Twitter account, with slightly more than one quarter using the service on an active basis, reveals new data from GlobalWebIndex.

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