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February 17: This week in social media

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February 17: this week in social media

Top stories from the social media world for the week ending February 17

February 17: this week in social media | Twitter Advertising: New Compete study: Primary mobile users on Twitter

Today, mobile is often the primary way people around the globe experience Twitter. Sixty percent of our 200 million active users log in via a mobile device at least once every month. So how is a user that accesses Twitter primarily on mobile different from the average Twitter user?

February 17: this week in social media | Technorati 2013 Digital Influence Report

2013 Technorati Digital Influence Report, which replaces the historical State of the Blogosphere and expands the concept of all things social.

February 17: this week in social media | Foursquare makes sharing easier

When you Tweet, post to Facebook, email or text about a place with friends who don’t have Foursquare on their phones, they’ll be linked to a shiny new page showing all the most important info about it.

February 17: this week in social media | Facebook hacked, social media company says - Chicago Tribune

(Reuters) - Facebook said on Friday that it been the target of a series of attacks by an unidentified hacker group, but it had found no evidence that user data was compromised. "Last month,...

February 17: this week in social media | First tweeting pope keeps social media silence over his resignation | FaithWorld

It could have been the tweet of the century. But Pope Benedict decided not to announce his resignation on Twitter, which he joined last year in a foray into social media that has reaped uncertain spiritual returns.

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