The Enormous World Of Social Media 2011: Updated Facts And Figures [Video]

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Social Media facts and figures of 2011 with updated values have just debuted when the year is approaching to and end. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn have made their strong presence in internet industry as well as in human life. Internet users are highly influenced by this media as compare to other sites. In last one decade social media industry has grown unexpectedly as compare to other industries. With each passing day social media revenue model as well as user base is increasing. Currently, more than 1.5 billion users – Facebook 800 million, Twitter 300 million, LinkedIn 130 million, Google+ 50 million, Foursquare 10 million, Stumble upon 20 million users and so many – are associated with social networking sites which is equivalent to one of the largest country of this planet. And, If the growth continues in similar manner, it will definitely touch 2 billion milestone by the end of 2012.

Earlier this year we have showcased an infographic which contains many interesting and astounding facts about the Social Media in 2011 and as the year approaching to and end, here is another video addressing the same industry with latest facts, figures and many more interesting threads:

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H61WvxOm1AM

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Undoubtedly, the video clearly stamps the enormous growth of Social Media this year. A combined approach by Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn with the debut of Google+ has strengthen the presence and meaning in the industry. The next year will be much more exciting when many social media giants, like Facebook, Zynga and Twitter, is expected to launch its IPO.

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