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  • http://lyndit.com Lyndi

    Love seeing that Linkedin is keeping it’s momentum up. Great site that has really become an asset in networking. The powerful site is also one of my favorite places to collaborate. Great post!

  • http://www.businessesGROW.com/blog Mark W Schaefer

    It’s fascinating to me that the date on your blog post is April 27, 2010 but the date on the graph is May, 2010. Man, you guys in Australia are GOOD! Talk about fresh data!

    I have not yet harnessed the predictive powers of LinkedIn but would like to propose a lucrative business deal to NetProspex. : )

    • Mike Grennier

      Saw that too! Hope the internet doesn’t change that much in the next 4 days…

  • http://notjustagranny.wordpress.com notjustagranny

    Interesting stats. It should not come as much of a surprise that facebook and twitter are behind linkedin since many businesses block those sites to stop employees from spending their day online. what they should be doing is as you posted in another blog….setting up a policy for social media and encouraging the right type of prescense online through their staff. have a programme. i guess many companies still have’nt caught on yet. My daughter offers Social Media Management for small businesses and it is amazing just how many enquiries she has had of late.
    Thanks for the great posts, I read your blog as often as I can to get hints and ideas.
    Regards
    Cindy
    p.s. I really enjoyed the blog about the ducks, had me giggling for ages :)

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  • http://www.digitalmention.com Sarah Kay Hoffman

    Thank you, Jeff!
    I always appreciate the great content you provide! I completely agree with Lyndi. I was very happy to see that LinkedIn is still ranked so highly. I find it to be an invaluable tool when searching and researching people, things and ideas. I would gather, though, that Twitter will slowly but surely climb in the “ranks.”

    Again, thank you for the endless information!

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  • http://www.wilsonlearning-americas.com Carl Eidson

    Jeff,

    Many thanks for this update. This information is so helpful as I help shape our company’s next steps for using Social Media to engage with B2B clients and prospects. It is a strong endorsement to keep the big money on LinkedIn, but with Twitter’s rapid rise, it should not be ignored.

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  • http://flittermedia.co.nz Justin

    What are your thoughts around linkedin? I mean it is actually the only site referenced in the report that is geared towards professional networking, its been around longer than most of the others if not all of them. I think this skews the results where Twitter and Facebook are very very different platforms and the stats show that.

    What would be interesting is to remove linkedin and then see who really is the most connected in the social space, I think the results could be very different

    Cheers for the article

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