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Guess Which Country Logs On To Twitter More Than Facebook?

According to comScore, there’s only one country in the entire world where Twitter is more popular than Facebook. Can you guess which one it is?
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Want To Be The First To Know The Latest Tech And Social News? Follow These Twitter Lists

As I tell almost anyone I meet (sadly, even if we’re not even talking Twitter), Twitter lists are one of the most powerful features you’ll ever use. A list enables you to get a snaspshot of a segment of Twitter users who have something in common – say, they’re all social media experts or tech journalists – and puts all of their tweets in one place.

Here are some of my personal favorite lists for staying up-to-date on the goings on in the tech and social space.
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Who’s Using Twitter In South Africa? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Twitter is a global phenomenon. While New York might have the most Twitter users out of all the big cities in the world, the Netherlands is the top tweeting country with 26.8 percent of its population signed up. And Twitter is especially popular in Japan, Brazil, and Indonesia, too.

But Twitter’s global penetration doesn’t stop at just these countries. This infographic takes a look at how South Africans are using Twitter, what they’re talking about, and how much of the conversation they dominate.
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Mobile Twitter Users Share 3X As Much As Facebook Users

Facebook might be the social behemoth in terms of number of users, but Twitter takes the crown for being the network with the most engaged users – at least on mobile.
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230 Million Tweets Per Day, 50 Million Daily Users And Other Twitter Stats

In his “State of the Union” address to San Francisco journalists Thursday afternoon, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo gave some serious insight into where the company stands and where it’s going in the future.

Besides announcing that they have now surpassed 100 million active users, Costolo took some time to highlight some other interesting Twitter facts.
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Twitter Announces 100 Million Active Users

Breaking its long-time silence on sharing numbers, Twitter has announce a huge milestone today: they have 100 million active users sending tweets, retweeting, following, unfollowing and reading content on their network.
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Twitter Will Not Shut Down Accounts Of London Rioters

Although Blackberry Messenger has been in the hot seat for being the medium of choice for London looters to communicate their next attack, Twitter was used extensively by the rioters as well. And, sticking to its position on the freedom of expression of its users from earlier this year, Twitter says it will not shut down the accounts of any of the rioters.
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5 Surefire Ways to Manage your Tweets and Banish Twitter Overload

If you’re beyond the “Wow, I have three whole followers” stage and are now trying to keep up with an eternally-refreshing timeline full of thousands of updates a minute on Twitter, you might start feeling like you’re the Fail Whale – constantly facing the threat of Twitter overload. However, there are plenty of ways you can filter tweets and sift out the ones that are more clutter than content, so you can free yourself from being chained to an irrelevant timeline.
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Are There Already Half As Many Users On Two-Week Old Google+ As There Are On Twitter?

According to some preliminary estimates, Google+ membership will explode past 10 million sometime today.

That’s 10 million users who’ve signed up in just two weeks.

Now, Twitter touts the fact that it has well over 200 million (and probably more than 300 million) registered users, but in terms of active users, like most of the new signups for Google+ undoubtedly are, the number is likely much less. Think about 10x less… meaning Google+ may have amassed about half of Twitter’s user base in only two weeks.
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Twitter Will Notify Users Of Requests For Their Personal Info In Super-Injunction Lawsuit

A Twitter spokesperson has said that the company will attempt to contact its users before handing over their personal information to law enforcement accusing them of breaching the super-injunction gag order that’s swept the UK these past two weeks.
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