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Twitter, Amazon, NASDAQ, Target – 2013′s Biggest Digital Disasters [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter, Amazon, NASDAQ, Target - 2013's Biggest Digital Disasters [INFOGRAPHIC]

2013 was a great year for social media but a somewhat forgettable one for online security, with a series of high-profile software glitches and exploits causing a lot of damage, both in reputations and finances, throughout the year.

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The Best Of AllTwitter 2013 – Social Media Image Guide, User Demographics, 100 Amazing Social Stats

The Best Of AllTwitter 2013 - Social Media Image Guide, User Demographics, 100 Amazing Social Stats

2013 was an incredible year for Twitter.

And it was AllTwitter’s biggest-ever year, too. To celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of our top 10 most read and shared stories of the year, which included a complete social media size guide, social media user demographics, 100 amazing social media stats, facts and figures, a look at 15 of the most creative Twitter handles and the best times to post on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest.

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Twitter’s Jack Dorsey Ranks 11th Amongst 50 People Who Changed Our Lives In 2013

Twitter's Jack Dorsey Ranks 11th Amongst 50 People Who Changed Our Lives In 2013

2013… it’s been a hell of a year. Certainly for Twitter, which has gone from strength-to-strength in the past 12 months, celebrating a successful IPO in November and now boasting more than 230 million active users.

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2013 On Twitter [VIDEO]

2013 On Twitter [VIDEO]

In addition to the 2013 Twitter Year in Review site, Twitter has published a video recap of the past 12 months.

It seems more like an ad for Twitter than a true recap of 2013, but it’s worth the 60-second look back at some of the more poignant moments of the year on the site (red panda, anyone?).

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#YearOnTwitter: A Look Back At 2013

#YearOnTwitter: A Look Back At 2013

It’s that time of year: sleigh bells are jingling, halls are being decked – and everyone from media sites to social networks are rolling out their 2013 Year in Review lists.

Twitter, too. But instead of a tired “Top 10″ approach, it’s once again published a slick, responsive site that lets you explore each month of 2013 through hashtags and trending topics.

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The State Of Twitter 2013 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter launched on March 21, 2006, and things were never the same again.

Some 170 billion tweets have been sent and exchanged since those early days, and Twitter now boasts more than 200 million active users and an increasingly important presence in the mobile social space. Accordingly, Twitter, Inc has become a viable business, too, with more than 900 employees and an estimated value of at least $10 billion.

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Who Uses Twitter? Young, Affluent, Educated Non-White Males, Suggests Data [STUDY]

Pew Internet have updated their data that shows who is using Twitter and other social media sites. As we noted yesterday, 18 percent of online U.S. adults are now active on Twitter, up a full two percentage points from February of this year, and more than double Twitter’s total user base in November 2010.

But who are these people? According to Pew’s findings, the typical Twitter user is an 18-29 year-old educated minority with a well-paying job, and slightly more likely to be male than female.

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Who Uses Twitter? 16% Of Internet Users, 18-29 Year Olds, Minorities, Men More Than Women [REPORT]

Pew Internet have updated their annual look at who is using Twitter and other social media sites. You may recall that last year 15 percent of online adults were using everybody’s favourite micro-blogging social network, a small rise from 13 percent in 2011.

And in 2013? 16 percent of internet users are active on Twitter, and the service still skews favourably towards black and hispanic users, adults aged 18-29, and folks who live in urban areas.

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