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Mary Meeker, general partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, has released her 2013 Internet Trends report and, as per usual, it’s packed-full of magnificently tasty data, juicy tidbits and eye-opening statistical morsels.
Meeker’s presentation of the report is being unveiled at AllThings D’s D11 Conference, but we have some key findings from the study below which are especially relevant to Twitter.
You probably already knew that social networking was popular in the United Kingdom, certainly if you live there, but until now you might not have been aware just how much time is spent using platforms such as Twitter and Facebook in the UK.
A new study from Experian has revealed that 22 percent of all time spent online by adult UK internet users last year involved social media, equating to a heady 13 minutes in a single hour.
A new study of small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) has revealed that these firms are spending the largest portion of their budgets on email marketing, committing significantly less of their financial resources to marketing on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
Did you know that 64 percent of community managers work more than 40 hours each week, earning an average salary of $57,732.77?
The role of the community manager as it’s defined today is reactively new, but the history of the position can be traced back to the early days of the internet, when system operators, or “sysops”, developed, grew and managed communities online. Today, this role is often the responsibility of the social media manager, or their team, but it’s very much par for the course for Fortune 500 and other larger companies to hire one or more individuals to focus exclusively on this increasingly-important work.
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