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July 9, 2015

compete and alexa ranks top 15 social networking sites this year

"top 10 most visited social websites"



" social networking sites with highest visitors  ranking"

" top 15 social networking sites in 2015"
data/source :ebizmba

Alexa and Compete published their list of most trafficked  social web sites  this year . Social networking sites led by Facebook and Twitter rules the  social box office with  compete ranking it 3 and Alexa ranking in 2. Alexa ranks websites in terms of web traffic, as a result the lower the alexa rank, the higher the traffic and vice versa.  Compete is a similar tool which ranks web sites  as per unique visitors.

Twitter and Linkedin make the number 2 and 3  most frequented social networks with a compete ranking it  21 and Alexa ranking it 7. Linkedin ranks  25 in compete and 9 in Alexa

July 1, 2012

How Much your personal Information is Worth to Linkedin: $ 8200 and counting









On an average users spends  around 6.35 hours per month on Facebook versus 18 minutes for LinkedIn. But Facebook users may click on only one of every 2,000 ads. 



Take that Facebook – LinkedIn is making a mint from your personal information: "For every hour a single user spends on its site LinkedIn racks up $US1.30 in revenue. Facebook, with its many hundreds of millions of users, manages just 6.2 US cents.

Those numbers are from ComScore and they show precisely how much more the personal information of LinkedIn’s more highly-qualified audience is worth.

While Facebook’s recent  IPO  made  Headlines all over the world , its 17% drop in its first Month post IPO created more news , Hardly anyone noticed, meanwhile, that LinkedIn shares have outgrown the market  and  leaped 64% this year

According to Forbes the key is the social network’s efforts to turn the resumes and work histories its more than 160 million users have uploaded to LinkedIn into an indispensable tool for the recruitment industry.

“Rather than try to wring 20 bucks here and there from individual users, [LinkedIn chief Jeff Weiner] refocused the company on selling a vastly more powerful service to corporate talent scouts, priced per user at as much as $US8200 a year,” Forbes explains."

Facebook, makes 85% of its revenue from advertising,  and makes money only when you’re on Facebook. Once you sign up for LinkedIn, the social network monetizes your information, not your time.