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  1. quincy2000

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    We All Know Social Media Can Send Massive Traffic to Our Sites​

    three years ago, Digg ruled social media. Five years ago it was Slashdot. If you could get your story on the front page then it was good for tens of thousands of visitors a day. It looks like times have changed and the new social media power houses aren’t exactly obvious. You’re going to assume that it’s Facebook and Twitter, but you may be surprised by what percentage of traffic is derived from each site.

    According to StatCounter, the free counter site that many of us have on our sites, Facebook was the obvious winner with almost half of all traffic from social media(48%) derived from links on their site. The data comes from 13 billion pageviews across all the sites in the StatCounter network so it gives a pretty solid representation of what’s happening on the net. The second biggest driver of traffic…….Twitter? Nope. StumbleUpon. Surprisingly, StumbleUpon sent 25% of all social media traffic. Twitter was a very distant 8.3%.

    This data certainly doesn’t weigh the quality of the traffic but merely the numbers. If you were to ask any site owner which type of traffic they would like to have and I think they would certainly rank it Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, Youtube, Digg, and then Stumbleupon. The data also is a bit misleading in the fact that Facebook traffic is spread out between many many more sites due to the amazing amount of users. Sites like digg and reddit spread the daily traffic among 100 or less sites, giving those sites a concentrated hit of traffic.

    Here are the top 7

    1. Facebook (48.9%)

    2. StumbleUpon (24.91%)

    3. Twitter (8.53%)

    4. Youtube (6.14%)

    5. Reddit (4.14%)

    6.MySpace (1.73%)

    7. Digg (1.65)

    Various Other Sites weighed in with small percentages to make up the balance. LinkedIn came in 12th with .34%
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    Good info. nice to see those numbers and where social media is heading.
     
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    You did not mention about the Linkedin.com as it also the good repute as far as social traffic is concerned.
     
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    I would like to see 'Google +' an emerging player in the list and I never get the expected results from twitter.
     
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    Nothing has changed the Web more than the rise of social networking sites. Before social networking, the World Wide Web was full of interesting information, but there was little opportunity to contribute or participate.

    Today, social networking sites are fulfilling the potential of the Web: connecting people across the globe.

    "With social networks, we're able to visualize the connections between individuals, says Fred Stutzman, Ph.D. student and teaching fellow, School of Information and Library Science at UNC Chapel Hill. "Even if the value or magnitude of the connection is the same for everyone (and that doesn't mirror real life), knowing the connections between individuals helps us better understand them, who they are connected to, and how they are connected to us."

    If Stutzman is right, understanding the way these networking sites work will help us understand ourselves and our friends. So read on to discover the social networking sites that you should know about today.

    The social networking sites to watch in 2012 are:

    Google+ they are doing everything they can to make it work and even with all the Google’s might behind it it can go
    either way.

    LinkedIn This is the site that connects the professionals. It’s here to stay but their market share should stabilize
    somewhere between 0.6 and 0.9 percent.

    Twitter has still room to grow but it will not challenge the Facebook in its dominance. Google+ is another matter and the
    current fight between Google and Twitter about the inclusion of Google+ pages in search results is a clear
    indicator that Twitter feels threatened by the search giant.

    Pinterest a social bookmarking site that came out of nowhere. Still to early to tell but it has a power to drive traffic to
    your site comparable to that of StumbleUpon.

    Facebook 63.26%
    Youtube 21.16%
    Twitter 1.48%
    LinkedIn 0.56%

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