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Last week I wrote about the growth of Pinterest and how it can be used by businesses in the construction industry .
This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum , where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business.
When Facebook launched the 2.0 version of its iPhone app in September of last year, it was a huge upgrade from its original app that launched with the App Store last July. And now it’s on the verge of launching the 3.0 version of the app, and having tested it today, we can safely say that it once again takes Facebook on the device to the next level.
By Jason Keath at SocialFresh: The brilliance behind the Polaroid camera was instant gratification. No wonder Instagram has adopted the nostalgic camera tech as it’s logo inspiration. Instagram has indeed captured the childlike wonder of many iPhone users (yes we know, they NEED an android app).
Additionally, Systrom confirmed that Instagram has grown to over 27 million registered users, nearly double the 15 million announced back in December 2011. He explained much of the enormous growth came from the launch of the iPhone 4S, followed by Apple highlighting the app as App of the Year. Speaking of SXSW, the star of the tech conference may be Highlight, a location-based social app.
Editor's note: A version of this article previously appeared at KISSmetrics.com. Social media is everywhere. It's in our homes, places of worship, schools and, of course, our businesses.
Pinterest, the web-based "pinboard", which launched almost two years ago, barely got a mention until 6 months ago.
At the beginning of the month I was asked to speak at a panel that discussed Social media, Social Networks and “What’s Coming Up Next”. In research for this discussion, I came up with a few insights on what I foresee coming up next in the world of social media.
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by David Armano | 12:15 PM July 5, 2011
The NFL is going to allow players to tweet during the game from this Sunday's Pro Bowl.
2011 was a big year for social media. The “Big Three,” Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn got bigger.
Sharlyn Lauby is the president of Internal Talent Management (ITM) which specializes in employee training and human resources consulting.