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June 15, 2015

monthly usage of spotify's facebook app usage : 2011 to 2015


" monthly usage of spotify's facebook app usage : 2011 to 2015"



This  chart from statista shows the monthly and daily users of Spotify's Facebook app usage  since  September 2011 to 2015. 

 As of March 2015 spotify  had 37.61 million monthly active users and 11.18 million daily active users on  Facebook's platform ( for the month of march). This is in comparison to an average of around 20million monthly  users  who frequent the  music streaming apps at facebook. Spotify has been present at Facebook since  September 2011 and in its first month had seen  more than 3 million users.



May 28, 2015

inbound link in SEO building efforts : 5 metrics to measure link worthiness

" link building :  the value of  links in seo efforts"

 Not all links are created equal. The value of an inbound link, depends on a lot of factors. 1) the value ofthe page from where the link is offered 2) The number of links from  the originating page. 3) The page rank of the page from the   page 4)  Whether is  link is a 301 redirection or a  302 ( temporary redirection) 5) if the link has no follow or follow .

January 28, 2015

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August 25, 2011

Facebook Traffic To German News Sites Higher Than Google


German Newspaper ‘Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung’ recently published an infographic showing year-over-year increase of incoming traffic to select Newspaper Sites via Facebook and Google in Germany.
Across the board, all the newspaper sites saw an increase in the percentage of their traffic coming from Facebook. Bild.de saw 14.3 percent of its traffic come from Facebook, showing an 11.2-percentage point increase from the previous year, benefiting the most from the social networking site. In contrast, the newspaper sites saw varying levels of changes in the percentage of traffic coming from Google Sites. Welt.de, which had the highest percentage of traffic coming from Google Sites, saw nearly 30 percent of traffic coming in brought about by a slight 0.6-percentage point increase. Spiegel.de and FAZ.net, on the other hand, experienced declines.

June 26, 2011

World Browser Usage Statistics:May 2011

June 8, 2011

Kindle Sales To Grow 48%, Contributes 10% of Amazon revenue

"amazon kindle sales chart"
infographic by ebookfriend.ly




Amazon's Kindle business is about to contribute 10% of the company's overall revenue, says Citi analyst Mark Mahaney.

Mahaney estimates Kindle unit sales for 2011 to be 17.5 million, which is $2.1 billion in revenue. He estimates eBook sales to be 314 million units, which is $1.7 billion. Combined that's 8% of Amazon's 2011 revenue.

For 2012, he sees Amazon selling 26 million Kindles and 751.5 million eBooks. Combined those sales would be $6.1 billion, or 10% of Amazon's revenue. (Mahaney expects a sub-$100 Kindle by year end to drive sales.)


 This means that the Kindle would grow  " by 48% in 2012, which  is a " staggering" achievement by any means.  Last Month it was " announced that "Kindle E-Books are selling more than hardcover and paperback print books on Amazon, said the company in a statement yesterday.

For every 100 print books being snatched up on Amazon.com, 105 Kindle E-books are being sold, and Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos could not be happier,

The Kindle began selling in 2007, and reached important milestones in 2010 and 2011. Last July, Amazon announced that Kindle E-Books were selling more than hard covers, and six months later the Seattle-based company said that Kindle books were outselling paperbacks,

According to Techcrunch,The quick rise of the Kindle can be attributed, at least in part, to the steep price cuts Amazon has been making. A year ago the device cost $259. Amazon slashed it to $189 in June 2010, then began offering a Wi-fi only version last summer for $139. And now it’s gone even lower with an ad-supported version for only $114. Amazon says that this new model, which is called ‘Kindle with Special Offers’, is already selling more than the other Kindle devices
"the war for your digital wallet"When a segment accounts for 10% of a business, Mahaney says it can affect the overall growth the company. As Kindle continues to gain in popularity, we will see it start to really drive Amazon's growth.