Is RockMelt the Social Web Browser We’ve Been Waiting For?

 

This could be a big deal. We’ll need to keep our eye on it to see if consumers adapt to a new browsing experience, but this could be a big shift in online search behavior.

Just when we thought we figured it all out..

http://on.mash.to/97PcpT

Facebook Now On Pace to Serve 1 Trillion Display Ads Per Year…Wow

During the third quarter of this year, Facebook served up 297 billion display ads, representing 23.1% of the market and more than twice the share the company held at this time last year, according to data from comScore. At that pace, Facebook is now serving more than 1 trillion ads per year.

http://on.mash.to/cEBls2

Facebook Gets Serious about Location with Deals

 

When Facebook launched Places, the social network’s long-awaited location-sharing feature, in August, it was accompanied by a couple of key assumptions. One was that 800-pound gorilla of the social networking space, with its 500 million total users and 100+ million mobile users, would take the check-in mainstream. Another was that the launch of Places signaled the death knell for foursquare and other location-sharing services. But as it happens, the reports of foursquare’s death have been premature. In fact, since the launch of Places, foursquare’s user base has continued to surge, growing from 2.6 million on August 12th (according to a tweet by CEO Dennis Crowley) to 4 million on October 21st. If it continues at its current pace, foursquare is projected to top 5 million registered users by the end of November.

http://bit.ly/cdFNZr

 

 

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