Google (Lack Of) Buzz
For a few days in February, Google Buzz was all the… well, buzz. Seen for a short period of time as a direct assault on Twitter, Buzz appears to have fallen off of the minds of Internet users, as measured by searches. Featured in Search Engine Land
Twitter and Facebook are for News, MySpace is for Leisure
What do users of the various social networks want? We broke down the traffic coming from Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and Digg to see what genres of sites they visit the most. As seen on Mashable.
Twitterers Want Their News, and Want It Now
A look at the website genres that receive the most traffic from Twitter and Facebook across the Chitika network. Twitterers seem interested in being on the bleeding edge of breaking news, whereas Facebook users seem more interested in tech and lifestyle sites. Featured in AdWeek, WebProNews, and more
Digg + Facebook = Loyal Readers
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