What can Pinterest do that Facebook can’t?


Pinterest had nearly 12 million unique visitors in January, 2012.

When you walk into a teenage girl’s bedroom what would you see on the walls?  Probably pictures torn from magazines, drawings, maybe inspirational quotes.  If you transform that visual collage into a social media site, and you have Pinterest.  The site launched in 2011 and has really taken off with nearly 12 million unique visitors in January, 2012, and its membership has been accelerated by Facebook tie-ins that show your friends’ Pinterest activity.

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83% of American adults own cell phones

people on cell phones

A third of American adults own smartphones.

83% of American adults own some kind of cell phone.  Cell phones have become a near-ubiquitous tool for information seeking and communicating and these devices have an impact on many aspects of their owners’ daily lives. In a nationally representative telephone survey, the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project found that, during the 30 days preceding the interview:


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People Blaming Facebook for Divorces


Facebook is a source of evidence in divorce cases.

Divorces can get really ugly and social media can paly a large part in that.  More and more of divorce cases include incriminating evidence captured on social media sites, at least for one Florida lawyer who says she sees “some type of Facebook involvement” in 90 percent of her divorce cases.


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