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Great article Marcela!
Great read. Nice work!
Yeah, I see what you mean. I've seen the reports saying it's the number two social network. When you disect the numbers a little more (as exhibited in the link I posted), I think you get a more accurate figure. At the end of the day Twitter and Facebook are still dominating, and the rest of the social networks have a lot of catching up to do. I'm interested in seeing how Google+ and LinkedIn evolve over the next 6-12 months.
I don't think they are cooking the books dude. They have over 135 million active users, and that doesn't include people that have simply enabled the account through Google products. Read this:
AOL should be included in this list. It ranks above Vevo for UU: