Participation In Real-Time Social Media Increased 20% in 2010
Social media consultancy Trendstream released a report on Tuesday that suggests participation in the social web is shifting from a place to create personal content to a place to share professional content in real time.
During this time period, the number of people who reported participating in static online conversations decreased. Blog writing declined by 4%, and forum participation decreased by 11%. Participation in real-time social networks and microblogs, however, both grew by 20%.
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