Foursquare confirms 20M users, 2 billion check-ins, on 4sqDay 2012. Today, the third annual 4sqDay (April 16, four-squared, get it?)
, check-in king Foursquare confirmed that it has reached new milestones of 20 million users and a whopping 2 billion check-ins. Anyone who makes a check-in on the service today will receive the 2012 4sqDay badge, as well as the following message: In 2010, foursquare fans declared April 16 4sqDay (4/4^2 – nerds after our own heart!). Two years and two billion check-ins later, you’re still why we get out of bed each day. Foursquare’s New Growth Strategy? Users who Don’t Check In. By Ben Popper 6/20/11 9:16am Share this: We can't all be da mayor.
Ahhh lurkers, where would the internet be without them. 3M Check-Ins / Day, Signed Up 500,000 Merchants. Foursquare growing at 1 million users per month - TNW Apps. Last year at Tech Crunch Disrupt, Dennis Crowley said his Foursquare product was 10% of what it should be.
Crowley says they’re growing at 1 million users per month with 60 employees focusing on machine learning. Today, Foursquare boasts 600 million checkins total, averaging 3 million per day from its nearly 10 million users. Today at Disrupt 2011, Crowley dismissed rumors of a possible partnership with Groupon. “Are you doing a Groupon deal,” Arrington asked.
Foursquare Surpasses 10 Million Users [INFOGRAPHIC] Foursquare hit a big milestone over the weekend: It surpassed the 10 million user mark, becoming the first location-based social network to do so.
The startup, which launched in March 2009, posted the following infographic on its blog to celebrate the announcement Monday: The infographic highlights, among other things: Accelerated growth over time: It took the startup five months to get its first 100,000 users and roughly seven weeks to get its last million.Its growing global reach: 358 million checkins have been made outside of the U.S.The most popular checkin locations in the U.S.: Old Navy, Bank of America, 7-Eleven, Home Depot and Target all top the list.A few fun facts: New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg is also the Foursquare mayor of City Hall in NYC, and nearly 80,000 Foursquare mayors are ousted each day.