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During 2010, the location-based mobile platform Foursquare experienced great growth. Actually, this was a growth of 3400 %. Therefore, they have made an infographic to show where most check-ins took place around the globe, what the top train stations, wine bars and hotels were during the year, most popular brand pages and other fun facts. […]

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At Mindjumpers, we thought it could be interesting to make our own infographic about the year of social media 2010, and here we would like to share the result of our work with you. We have chosen to include the most significant changes at different platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare etc. In addition, we […]

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Yesterday, Fousquare launched a new version of their service. This improvement makes it possible for users to share comments and photos, which therefore makes Foursquare’s users interact a lot more with each other.

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Meebo, which is provider of a very easy, open and “right there where you want it” way to share on the web, is now launching a new feature. What Meebo basically has been doing until now, is integrating all social networks and communications channels into one single solution that makes it easy for their users […]

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Written by Tehneyat who currently resides in London, United Kingdom from where she is blogging for Mindjumpers. You can follow Tehneyat on Twitter @tehneyat. Two days ago, Facebook announced how they are going to use Facebook as a platform for communication between users and franchises. Facebook is offering people deals from different places they check […]

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Geolocation has been buzzing for some time now – especially with the location based services Foursquare and Gowalla. Now Facebook is following their footsteps and introduces their own location service called ’Places’. Foursquare has been exploding in number of users the last year or so, but still doesn’t reach anywhere near the amount of users […]

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Location-based services have for some time been announced as the new dominating technology, being the next big thing after Twitter. And the rumours of Facebook rolling out a location feature one of the next days is sizzling. I will look futher into that… Its hype among social media users is one thing, but for marketers […]

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On Friday, I am going to visit the SF New Tech – the Big Endless Summer Social event in Los Altos Hills, located in the San Francisco. About SF New Tech SF New Tech is the largest and longest running monthly technology event in San Francisco. Since forming in March 2006 more than 5,000 people […]

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Yesterday, the location-based network Foursquare hit the 100 million checkin threshold. The news of the great milestone was tweeted by Foursquare’s head of business development, Tristan Walker. The NYC-based startup is only about 1 1/2 year old and has been experiencing immense growth, especially since it was announced as the new dominating technology earlier this […]

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I’ve been attending Roskilde Festival. Four days of festival and more than 70,000 festival guests leaves the opportunity to do something social – also when it comes to digital media. When on a festival you actually don’t have much time to be online, but with a smartphone and a few clever apps, digital media can […]

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