facebook growth

Is the world's biggest social network in trouble?
The huge social network said Wednesday that 1.39 billion people log in to Facebook each month to scroll their News Feeds
As USA Today's Jon Swartz pointed out on Twitter, that nearly equals China, the world's most populous country: And it's more
Facebook released Messenger, a messaging app similar to WhatsApp, to try to capture some of this market, but it has been
Last month, Facebook attracted 158.01 million unique visitors in the United States, edging lower from 158.69 million in April
Facebook has hardly reached market saturation in countries like India and Brazil. In India only 3 percent of the population
Inside Facebook notes that once about 50 percent of a country's population is on Facebook, growth basically stops. Indeed
Facebook is in what's called a recruiting sweet spot right now. Out of control growth in users and revenue and a nearly certain
Some tech pundits think Facebook is in trouble, but the data tells a different story: growth hasn't slowed a bit. Read more
It's only been a couple of days since Facebook revealed that it had topped 350 million users -- exceeding the population
Although Facebook recently admitted that Twitter was in its rear-view mirror, it appears that Twitter may be moving out of
Somewhere in June, however, Twitter stopped growing, at least according to Compete. The same thing happened to Facebook at
When Facebook signed up its 100 millionth member last August, its employees spread out in two parks in Palo Alto, Calif., for
Revenue: 2007: $150 million (Same number that was given in August--i.e., no upside) 2008: $300-$350 million, up 100%+ Kara