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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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Facebook Drove 21% Of All Social Referral Traffic In March (Pinterest 7%, Twitter Just 1%) [STATS]

Facebook Drove 21% Of All Social Referral Traffic In March (Pinterest 7%, Twitter Just 1%) [STATS]

Facebook accounted for one in every five social media referrals in March 2014, a percentage point gain of almost six percent since December of last year, reveals new data from Shareaholic.

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Twitter Referral Traffic Fell 4.31% In The Last 3 Months (Facebook +48%, Pinterest +30%) [STATS]

Twitter Referral Traffic Fell 4.31% In The Last 3 Months (Facebook +48%, Pinterest +30%) [STATS]

What’s going on with Twitter?

Following news that Twitter’s user base grew just 2 percent in the last 6 months of 2013, new data from Shareaholic has revealed that Twitter accounted for just over 1 percent of social media referral traffic in Q4 of last year, a decline of 4.31 percent (0.05 percentage points) overall from September.

Facebook, meanwhile, drove more than twice the referral traffic of the seven other top social media sites combined, with a 15.44 percent December share, up from 10.37 percent in September.

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