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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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Twitter 2014 UK Ad Revenues: £90 Million (Facebook: £531M, Google: £556M) [STUDY]

Twitter 2014 UK Ad Revenues: £90 Million (Facebook: £531M, Google: £556M) [STUDY]

Twitter is expected to earn £96.9 million this year in the United Kingdom, of which £90 million will come directly from advertising – more than doubling the company’s ad income from 2013 – reports eMarketer.

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Twitter Rejected $500 Million Facebook Buyout, Says Founder

Twitter Rejected $500 Million Facebook Buyout, Says Founder

Twitter turned down a $500 million buyout offer from Facebook several years ago, co-founder Biz Stone has revealed to Sky News.

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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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Twitter Co-Founder On Mark Zuckerberg: ‘We Just Didn’t Click.’

Twitter Co-Founder On Mark Zuckerberg: 'We Just Didn't Click.'

The Guardian has a fascinating interview with Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, who is promoting his new book, Things A Little Bird Told Me.

In the piece Stone talks openly about the history of Twitter, the “backstabbing” that took place amongst all the Twitter founders in the early days of the company (as detailed in Hatching Twitter, Nick Bilton’s book), how he feels about Edward Snowden and what’s going on at Jelly, his other startup.

The juicy bits, however, are found in Stone’s recollection of meetings with Mark Zuckerberg, back when the Facebook founder was thinking about buying Twitter.

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For Smartphone Users, Facebook Beats Twitter For World Cup Social Chatter [STUDY]

For Smartphone Users, Facebook Beats Twitter For World Cup Social Chatter [STUDY]

28 percent of smartphone users plan to use Twitter to discuss the 2014 World Cup simultaneously whilst watching live games, reveals new data from Peel.

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One Important Metric Where Twitter Has A Huge Advantage Over Facebook

One Important Metric Where Twitter Has A Huge Advantage Over Facebook

Twitter’s stock has enjoyed a little bit of an uptick this week, jumping 11 percent on Wednesday after a much-needed buy upgrade from Nomura.

However, share prices are still down some 45 percent this year and Twitter still needs to convince a skeptical investor market that it’s a good bet for the future, particularly when compared to its great rival, Facebook.

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As Social Ad Spend Nears $500 Million, Twitter Lags Behind Facebook In Latin America [STATS]

More than a quarter of a billion people will use social media platforms in Latin America in 2014, with about 28 million expected to be active on Twitter, reports eMarketer.

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We’re Using Twitter, Facebook Less, Instagram, Tumblr More, Says Data [STUDY]

We're Using Twitter, Facebook Less, Instagram, Tumblr More, Says Data [STUDY]

While Facebook remains the biggest social network by almost every metric that matters – an eye-opening 82 percent of internet users worldwide (excluding China) now have a Facebook account – active usage of the platform has actually fallen over the past six months, reveals new data from GlobalWebIndex.

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99% Of Shared Blog Content Is Posted To Facebook And Twitter [STUDY]

99% Of Shared Blog Content Is Posted To Facebook And Twitter [STUDY]

76 million people will read blogs in the U.S. in 2014 – roughly one quarter of the population – and close to two in five will use Twitter when sharing those posts, reveals a new study.

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