Q1 2014 Consumer Sharing Trends Report Shows Twitter and Reddit Surge, Backed by Younger Mobile Users

The latest Consumer Sharing Trends Report is here and Twitter is back from its slump, with a major growth trajectory of 43 percent. The Twitter flock flew right past Facebook (14 percent growth), LinkedIn (12 percent growth), and Pinterest (5 percent growth). Reddit also joined the top growing channels for the first time with 25 percent growth compared to 11% decline in Q4 2013. Sharing via email continues its steep descent, with 25 percent decline in Q1. (more…)

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Why Publishers Should Care About Wearables, And How They Can Prepare

Everyone is talking about wearable tech and Internet-connected or “smart” devices. And rightfully so. According to the research firm Canalys, the market is expected to triple in size next year alone based on mainstream consumer adoption. However, few are talking about the implications for digital publishers and why they should pay attention. From Pebble and Samsung’s Galaxy Gear to Apple’s rumored iWatch and Google’s brand Read more…

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Shared Conversations Series

For this month’s edition of our “Shared Conversations’ Series, we sat down with Mike Kriak, COO and CFO at Mashable. He discusses the innovative tactics that Mashable employs in order to engage audiences with the most social content. He is responsible for making sure that Mashable’s financial strength coincides with the overall strategic direction of its Read more…

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Top Shares 4-14-2014

ftw.usatoday.com One mind-blowing fact about Bubba Watson’s second Masters win On Sunday Bubba Watson won his second career Masters Tournament. What is so crazy about this win is that Bubba has only won six tournaments during his time on the PGA tour. For The Win discusses this year’s winner with the careers of those from Read more…

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Twitter Strikes Back

Q1 2014 Consumer Sharing Trends Report Shows Twitter and Reddit Surge, Backed by Younger Mobile Users The latest Consumer Sharing Trends Report is here and Twitter is back from its slump, with a major growth trajectory of 43 percent. The Twitter flock flew right past Facebook (14 percent growth), LinkedIn (12 percent growth), and Pinterest Read more…

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Twitter Takes The Lead For Sharing Online In Q1

Today, ShareThis released its Consumer Sharing Trends Report for Q1 2014. Twitter is back from a slump, with a major growth trajectory of 43 percent and now leads as the fastest growing channel, followed by Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn.

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Consumer social sharing trends: Twitter surge

In its latest (Q1 2014) Consumer Sharing Trends Report, ShareThis shows that Twitter is on the up with significant 43% growth. The social platform is currently the fastest growing channel ahead of Facebook, Pinterest and LinkedIn.