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La distribución de los 100 millones de usuarios de LinkedIn. Publicado por Alodia Isidro - 18 febrero 2011 LinkedIn es la mayor red social profesional cuenta con más de 100 millones de perfiles, que se añaden a la red para expandir su mapa profesional, pero sobre todo para crearse un escaparate personal en el que tanto amigos como colegas de profesión puedan ver qué puede vender y cómo, mientras haces contactos ya no sólo con antiguos amigos, sino con profesionales que puedan interesarte.

La distribución de los 100 millones de usuarios de LinkedIn

LinkedIn se ha convertido en la plataforma social predilecta para buscar trabajo, donde la mayoría de los usuarios son varones (55%) con una edad comprendida entre los 35 y 54 años del sector financiero y las altas tecnologías, profesionales del área de ventas y de empresas con más de 10.000 trabajadores. Cerca de la mitad (47,9%) de los usuarios de la red social son estadounidenses. LinkedIn nació en 2003, aunque no se coló en España hasta octubre de 2009 como uno de los cien sites más visitados por los españoles. Vía: Clases de Periodismo y también infografía. Guía de @AnyWhere en Español. BitTorrent Surges to 100 Million Active Users. BitTorrent, the company responsible for file-sharing tools BitTorrent Mainline and µTorrent, disclosed Monday that 100 million people are using the aforementioned software products per month.

BitTorrent Surges to 100 Million Active Users

In addition to this attention-grabbing number (which only applies to BitTorrent's official clients — there are many more unofficial tools out there), BitTorrent announced a few more milestones: 1) More than 20 million people use the service per day, on average, 2) The client is downloaded an average of 400,000 times per day, 3) Clients check in from more than 220 countries every day, 4) Said clients access the software in 52 languages. We've reached out to BitTorrent to ask to what they think has spurred this growth and will update this post with any further information. Still, one has to wonder how many of those 100 million monthly users are staying on the straight and narrow when it comes to BitTorrent usage. 10 Websites to Watch in 2011. There are more than a trillion URLs in Google's index.

10 Websites to Watch in 2011

Yes, that's a one with twelve zeros after it. And Google crossed that milestone two and a half years ago. With so many sites on the web in 2011, how do you know which to pay attention to? Mashable's editors haven't quite visited a trillion pages, but we've checked out a lot in the past year, and we've compiled a list of 10 websites we think are poised to have big years in 2011. Some of these are relatively new sites we think will catch the mainstream's attention next year and others are older sites that we think will finally hit the big time in 2011. Check out our list below and let us know in the comments which websites you have your eye on for the coming year. 1. Kickstarter, a crowdfunding platform for creative endeavors, was founded in April 2009 and had what many would consider a break-out year in 2010.