Instagram has over 15 million extremely active users.
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 27, 2012
The Digital Marketer newsletter goes in depth about whether Facebook will be replaced as the leading social media platform. The Digital Marketer newsletter says every media platform has a saturation point, and while Facebook is expanding and will continue expanding its model, the easy traffic is over for them.
The recent Digital Marketer newsletter explains that is just how it works, in fact, people might be getting the sense that their friends, especially the artsy and mobile-savvy ones, have already moved on. They’re not all going to Google+ either, reveals the Digital Marketer newsletter, because there are a handful of creative and graphic-heavy platforms that are absolutely exploding right now!
These platforms include, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Instagram, the newsletter adds, and they are grabbing major traffic, especially from users who find it exhausting to come up with meaningful updates and tweets. Many of these users are finding it much easy to just share a photo or location, the Digital Marketer newsletter explains. Face it, the newsletter reports, many people struggle with finding things that are worthy of sharing with their hundreds of Facebook friends every day.
Many people have suddenly found themselves obsessed with Pinterest or Instagram, the Digital Marketer newsletter explains, that Pintrest passed the 10 million unique visitors this month and is growing exponentially. Just over a year after its launch, Instagram has over 15 million extremely active users, the Digital Marketer newsletter reveals. As of right now, the newsletter explains, the absolute crown jewel of these platforms is Tumblr — with over 15 billion page views a month! Visual platforms are red hot right now, explains the Digital Marketer newsletter, there’s no question about it.
So how do people leverage these intensely visual platforms to their advantage, the Digital Marketer newsletter asks. In short, the newsletter advises to think visually as they design their strategy. Tumblr, for its part, the Digital Marketer newsletter reports, is an excellent resource for building a clean and visually-pleasing website in record time. Plus, the newsletter says people can build engagement through regular posts, and it’s a great place to build relationships — not necessarily to push products.
The quicker people start leveraging social media platforms, the newsletter reveals, the more engagement they’ll get out of them. Not to mention, as an early adopter, people will look a whole lot cooler the Digital Marketer newsletter says. For marketers, Pinterest is showing a ton of potential, advises the Digital Marketer newsletter. That’s because, the newsletter says, as a highly visual platform, it gets a lot of clicks, plus there’s already a ton of data indicating that Pinterest is driving traffic, and driving sales as well. We’re not talking about a post-Facebook world here, the newsletter explains, but one in which Facebook’s mobile design strategy may have to play catch-up.
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