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At the end of March, Facebook announced that it has 1.11 billion monthly active users. eMarketer found that only 889.3 million
The misleading reports led to all sorts of speculative posts based on the data, like "The Possibility of Peak Facebook," which
The Pew research, titled "Coming and Going on Facebook," published today, could be worrisome for the social networking site
Here are some other interesting statistics noted through the Edinburgh study: "Facebook used to be like a great party for
With its IPO date reportedly set for May 17, the social networking giant has published new stats that reflect growth and
"There are more than two billion global Internet users, according to an industry source, and we aim to connect all of them
Check out the chart from Jess3 below (Click for a larger version): Facebook's own statistics tell a slightly different story
Facebook declined to comment on its financial results. Its popularity among consumers and advertisers has pressured entrenched
It should be noted that the ranking "excludes adult sites, ad networks, domains that don't have publicly visible content
Meanwhile, Facebook's growth was bolstered by gains in developing countries like Mexico, Brazil and India, each of which
"Numbered," our weekly digits digest, is bringing you the numbers behind the news. This feature highlights the top new stats
But it's not just hyperactivity, that will get you in trouble. Women were also annoyed by those friends who use Facebook
"Numbered," our weekly digits digest, is bringing you the numbers behind the news. This feature highlights the top new stats
Brands are flocking to Facebook because their users are flocking to Facebook. But the more crowded it gets, the harder it
Those obnoxious Facebook users who collect friends like stamps and post a status update every other minute are more likely
In an interview with Diane Sawyer earlier this week, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed his company's "surreal
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-- Should your significant other have access to your Facebook account? Forty-nine percent of women say it's appropriate for
Editor's Note: Due to editorial consideration, the infographic and accompanying text have been removed from this post.