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Social Media Statistics Australia, May 2011

Social Media Statistics Australia, May 2011

So we have had a busy May and it’s now time to collate our monthly Social Media statistics wrap up of what’s happening in Australia. For your information you can find all the statistics we are collating on our Social Media Stats page. Of course – should you have any of your own stats you […]

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Social Media Statistics Australia – March 2011

on March 18, 2011 | Australia Social Media | Comments (0)
Social Media Statistics Australia - March 2011

Earlier in the year I reported the Australian Social Media statistics for January, detailing the largest and most popular social networking sites and the amount of traffic they are attracting. I thought it would be a good idea to do this again and every month moving forward. As per my previous article – I think […]

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Digg stops publishers posting content via RSS

on February 14, 2011 | Digg Reddit Stumbleupon | Comments (0)
Digg stops publishers posting content via RSS

Social Bookmarking service, Digg, has banned publishers and users from submitting their content via RSS. It is believe alot of spammers were using the RSS feature to post their content onto Digg, and in return was a drain on Digg’s resources to remove unsuitable/irrelevant content. Since Digg updated their site last year they have seen […]

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Social Media Statistics Australia – January 2011

Social Media Statistics Australia - January 2011

With Australia day over lets look at the Social Media Statistics across Australia for January 2011 – which sites are most popular? what is the trend? and can we see any new trends/ players in the Australian market? I think the most important stat to note is the number of Unique Australian Visitors (UAVs) per […]

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How big sites overtake Digg and make it less useful

on September 8, 2010 | Digg Reddit Social Media | Comments (0)
How big sites overtake Digg and make it less useful

Digg recently relaunched its new version and became a RSS driven site from a fully interactive user controlled site. This new version of Digg got very negative response from its users and also it is no longer a site where users come to find new content on the web that is useful for them instead […]

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User Donations helping Reddit

User Donations helping Reddit

Social Bookmarking Service, Reddit, has been in a spot of financial troubles lately and they asked their users if they could support the site with contributions. This has been a success with Reddit after about 6000 members donated to their cause. The donations will goto employing new staff and keeping the service reliable and online. […]

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Reddit in money trouble

on July 12, 2010 | Reddit | Comments (0)
Reddit in money trouble

Social Bookmarking service Reddit has recently had a bit of a slump in earnings and they are looking for people to help. In a blog post titled ‘Reddit needs help’, the company has explained they have 4 engineers that are really stretched to just keep the site working properly – with outages and slow performance […]

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Ultimate Social Media Demographic Statistics

Ultimate Social Media Demographic Statistics

I have found some very interesting data showing the demographical statistics of several social media sites including: Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, Digg,Reddit, LinkedIn, MySpace, and Ning. The below infograph shows demographic data across these sites measuring: user age, gender, income level, and education level. Each dot on the graph represents 1% One area i have noticed […]

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