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Proof that social, for all its crazy growth, represents a much smaller portion of the smartphone experience than commerce. 
This is all hypothetical, of course, but imagine all the hay Amazon could make with the data that smartphones provide about their owners! (via AllThingsD)

Proof that social, for all its crazy growth, represents a much smaller portion of the smartphone experience than commerce. 

This is all hypothetical, of course, but imagine all the hay Amazon could make with the data that smartphones provide about their owners! (via AllThingsD)

Get ready to step your community management game up: online research communities could grow up to 52% in the coming year. 

Get ready to step your community management game up: online research communities could grow up to 52% in the coming year. 

The year in sharing, via The Next Web. 

The year in sharing, via The Next Web. 

Social media might be the best place to look for jobs. Yet another reason the digital divide matters. 
(via Business Insider)

Social media might be the best place to look for jobs. Yet another reason the digital divide matters. 

(via Business Insider)

(via Forbes)

(via Forbes)

via Inside Facebook
New facebook feature lets you announce your growing family

By Caroline Nisenson & The AR Team

Throughout the past few years, Facebook’s been putting in additional features including fresh and innovative ways for users to showcase their family tree and relationship status.  These days, a Facebook page (depending on the privacy settings) can give outsiders a truly personal look into someone else’s life.  But with the launch of its most recent feature, Facebook is getting even more personal.  Under the “Friends and Family” section, users now have the option of revealing their unborn children.  Yep, that’s right, you can now add an “Expected Child” to your family list on Facebook. 

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Study Breaks Down Age, Ethnicity & Gender of Major Social Networks

By Caroline Nisenson & The AR Team

A recent study from the nonprofit and nonpartisan Pew Research Center examines how social and cultural identifiers factor into social networking within the United States.  In the study entitled Social Networking Sites And Our Lives, Pew Internet recorded the age, ethnicity and gender distributions of the major social networking platforms: Facebook, Myspace, Linkedin, and Twitter.  

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MLB losing fans, needs to follow the NBA and embrace Social Media

By Matt Rudnitsky & The AR Team

Tuesday night’s MLB All-Star Game scored its lowest TV ratings in the game’s history, breaking last year’s record. This year’s NBA All-Star Game scored its highest ratings since Michael Jordan’s last appearance, up 37 percent from last year. And in general, MLB is losing popularity while the NBA is gaining it.

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How Facebook Affects You and Your Relationships. 

How Facebook Affects You and Your Relationships.