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Pinterest, Twitter Chasing Facebook For Share Of Social Visits To Retail Websites [STUDY]

Pinterest, Twitter Chasing Facebook For Share Of Social Visits To Retail Websites [STUDY]

Adobe has released its first annual Social Media Intelligence report, which examines paid, earned and owned social media trends across the top platforms.

The study has a wealth of data, but particularly of note for brand marketers is how the main channels divvy up the share of referral traffic to retail websites. As you would imagine, Facebook still dominates overall in percentage of visitors, but its position is on the decline. And it’s Pinterest and Twitter that are gobbling up the spoils.

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Facebook And Pinterest Dwarf Twitter In Referral Traffic [CHART]

Facebook And Pinterest Dwarf Twitter In Referral Traffic [CHART]

Online sharing service Shareaholic just released its latest Social Media Traffic Report, based on 13 months of data collected from 200,000 publishers who reach more than 250 million unique monthly visitors.

The biggest takeaway? Facebook grew in traffic referrals 58.81%, Pinterest by 66.52% and Twitter by 54.12% – but Facebook and Pinterest still dwarf Twitter by a considerable amount.

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‘Pin It’ Button Outperforming ‘Tweet This’ Button By A Factor Of 10 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Pinterest is a long-acknowledged leader in the social space in terms of e-commerce, traffic driving, and engagement.

But recent data captured in the infographic below by the blog Top SEO Promotions clarifies just how strongly Pinterest has been performing, in contrast to Twitter and even Facebook.

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9 In 10 Mobile Social Shares Are On Facebook, Twitter And Pinterest [STUDY]

When you share content on your mobile phone, which social platforms do you use?

If you’re anything like nine in ten other users, it’ll be Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest that reap the benefits of your actions. Together, the three platforms control 92.8 percent of the mobile content sharing space, with Facebook alone responsible for six in ten shares.

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Mobile VS Desktop: Social Sharing Is Dominated By The iPhone, Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest [STUDY]

Sharing information on the social web is a trend that is already hugely significant and growing both in size and importance all the time. But which devices are people using to share information, and to where?

Over a 30-day period, ShareThis monitored more than six billion desktop and mobile social signals, comparing the nuances between sharing behaviour on both platforms. And the results? The iPhone is the most social of all devices, and mobile sharing is dominated by Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

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Pinterest, Instagram And Twitter – The 5 Biggest Internet Entrepreneurs Of 2012 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that Twitter founder Jack Dorsey came up with the idea for the micro-blogging social platform by looking to combine the broad reach of dispatch software with the ease (and immediacy) of instant messaging? Dorsey pitched the idea to fellow co-founders Biz Stone and Evan Williams, and Twitter was born.

Fast-forward a whisker over six years later, and that moment of inspiration has evolved into a social powerhouse that now boasts more than 200 million active users built on the back of $60 million in venture capital, leading to a company valuation of $11 billion.

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Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn – How Much Money Do Social Media Users Make? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that almost one in five (17 percent) of Twitter users earn more than $100,000 per annum?

That’s the findings from a new survey from Compete, who used their internal demographic data to track the income breakdown of the top six social media sites.

Perhaps not all that surprisingly, LinkedIn users rated amongst the most affluent, with 27 percent commanding an annual income of more than 100K, which was beaten only by… Google+.

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Shoppers Still Prefer Facebook (Over Twitter And Pinterest) For Sharing Product Information [STUDY]

2012 will be remembered as a mixed year for Facebook, with superior marketing functionality, an increased mobile presence and the social network’s triumphant march to one billion active users contrasting somewhat with a widely-criticised (and underperforming) IPO, big brand abandonment and continuing privacy issues.

But one area where Facebook still dominates all the other social networks combined is its placement as the de facto sharing tool for users who want to talk about products, which is very good news for Mark Zuckerberg et al going into 2013.

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The Power Of Visual Social Media – 6 Marketing Tips For Brands [INFOGRAPHIC]

While the true origins of social media can be traced back to the late 1970s and the first bulletin board system (BBS), the medium didn’t really begin to develop until the launch of the Mosaic web browser in 1993, which gave birth to the world wide web.

From here, we never looked back. AOL and blogging led to Friendster and MySpace, which gave us Facebook and then Twitter. But even as far as 2006 social media was predominately a text-based pursuit. So what’s changed?

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The State Of Social Commerce 2012 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 98 percent of retail brands have a presence on Twitter, and 61 percent use the Tweet button on their product pages?

These are just some of the findings from a new social commerce report from 8th Bridge, which takes a closer look at how today’s retailers are using channels such as Twitter, Facebook and rising star Pinterest to raise brand awareness, boost website footfall and drive sales.

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