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24 most popular social networks in the world

This chart shows the top 24 social networks by global monthly active users. Facebook leads with almost 1.2 billion monthly users. Interestingly, the list features many region specific social networks such as Qzone, a China-based social networking site, which ranked third with half a billion monthly active users.

24 most popular social networks in the world. This chart shows the top 24 social networks by global monthly active users. Facebook leads with almost 1.2 billion monthly users. Interestingly, the list features many region specific social networks such as Qzone, a China-based social networking site, which ranked third with half a billion monthly active users.

21/11/2013  |  Full story...

Top 24 social networks worldwide: Facebook, YouTube and Qzone lead the way

Facebook and YouTube are the most popular social networks in the world, followed by China’s Qzone and Sina Weibo, according to a new report.

31/10/2013  |  Full story...

China social networking sites by demographic

This chart shows the breakdown of social network users by age. China's social networking sites are the most popular with 20-24 year olds, the site with the highest percentage of 20-24 year olds being 51.com. Across all the sites studied, social networks are used more by the 30-34 year age group than they are with users aged 15-19.

China social networking sites by demographic. This chart shows the breakdown of social network users by age. China's social networking sites are the most popular with 20-24 year olds, the site with the highest percentage of 20-24 year olds being 51.com. Across all the sites studied, social networks are used more by the 30-34 year age group than they are with users aged 15-19.

28/01/2013  |  Full story...

Social media trends in 2012: The 10 biggest headlines of the year

Social media continued its rise in 2012, pervading more and more aspects of modern life, from Twitter’s live news reporting to Pinterest’s digital scrapbooks. Despite being labelled a ‘ghost town’, Google+ has become a major player in the sector, beginning to rival Twitter in terms of global active users. For marketers, social media ROI remains rather elusive, but some inroads have been made this year with new analytics tools looking beyond clicks to measure the power of online recommendations. As part of a 2012 review, we look back at the 10 most popular social media news stories and trends of the year.

12/12/2012  |  Full story...

Social media in China: Top 6 social networks

For the international marketer, China represents one of the largest digital audiences in the world. With over 550m now online, 400m connecting via mobile, and over 300m on social media in China, the digital audience is growing fast. This article looks at six key social networks in China.

28/11/2012  |  Full story...

Top 20 social networks in the world in 2012 (infographic)

As Facebook passes the billion users mark, this infographic from Silverpop looks at the top 20 social networks in the world, and charts the growth of the medium of the past decade. Facebook and Twitter are the big hitters with one billion and 500 million users respectivley, They are followed by Google+ and the big networks in China, Weibo and RenRen. The rest of the top 10 is filled by LinkedIn, Badoo, Instagram, Yelp and Tumblr.

26/11/2012  |  Full story...

The rise of social media in China

Chinese social networks are growing at a brisk pace though, with 95% of Chinese residents in the major cities use social networking sites. The infographic, provided by BestFreeOnline, shows that the number of Chinese Internet users is increasing at a dramatic pace — over 2100% in the last 12 years. With almost 1.4 Billion people, that means there is still a ton of room for growth, and this isn’t just free traffic.

30/10/2012  |  Full story...

Chinese social media giant RenRen buys video sharing site

Renren has bought online video sharing site 56.com for $80 million, as the Chinese social networking site looks to boost user engagement. Founded in 2005, Guangzhou-based 56.com is a video-sharing website where users can upload, view and share videos.

28/09/2011  |  Full story...

China internet use – a snapshot of online audiences

The energy of the Chinese internet industry is as loud and ceaseless as the building work in Shanghai’s skyscraper forest. China’s internet market is vast, and growing. More than 470m people are online in China, accounting for around 35% of the country’s 1.3billion citizens. In the net bars and offices of Shanghai, Danny Meadows-Klue discovers a hunger to use the web that spans from business to education. The urban landscape in China is changing fast, but the digital landscape many times faster. Most Western firms have no idea what’s coming…

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23/05/2011

Renren shares fall after IPO: Sign of a Chinese internet bubble?

Shares of China's largest social networking firm Renren have lost almost all the gains made since its US stock market debut last week, trading down 8%. The drop follows lingering accounting concerns and fears of further regulation and censorship from China's government.

The stock, which gained 24% on last Wednesday when it played its debut on the New York Stock Exchange at $14, lost 6.33% the next day, 0.41% on last Friday and 4.58% on this Monday, up to 9% to $14.52 on Tuesday.

12/05/2011

12/05/2011  |  Full story...

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