Updated for April 2017. Here are the most interesting Google Chrome and other app (Drive, Translate, Photos, Maps, Hangouts, Earth, Analytics, etc) statistics
Once you find the secret to creating high quality content, your job is only half-complete. Now, you need to figure out how to publish and track the reach of your content. Is your target audience seeing your content? If so, are they sharing it? These are all vital questions that Pinterest Analytics can help you answer.
Tweetping, analyzes Twitter activity and displays it on a world map in real time. Beyond the “who is tweeting where” element of this site, you can also find out what the latest hashtag and @mention on each continent was.
A social media company recently measured conversations about Beyonce and made a few song suggestions for her Super Bowl halftime performance in this fun infographic…
Social analytic tools are popping up daily, and with Pinterest continuing to grow rapidly, developers are starting to pay more attention to it and build tools to measure it.
Once Pinterest started getting the type of publicity it has over the past few months, it was only a matter of time before adventurous developers began trying to measure activity and influence. First came PinClout and now we get PinPuff…
Earlier today, word was spreading that Google+ was up to 150 million users. This report was received with a huge amount of skepticism given that Google released a user total in October as part of their financial earnings report and they pegged the number at 40 million.
Now comes word via TechCrunch that the social network is at 67 million unique visitors based on the latest ComScore stats. Of course, this isn’t an official Google release, but it seems more in line with the trend.
The new social website, Likester is organizing Facebook ‘like’ data and giving it to you in an easy and understandable way.
Once a user logs in to Likester, they are immediately given a report telling them the top ‘likes’ among their friends