Forrester: Social Web now mainstream
Brandweek, October 29, 2008
American consumers are participating in social networks to the extent that the activity is now mainstream, says to Forrester Research. A new report indicates 2008 has marked significant growth for social media and that a majority of Internet users are now taking part. A poll done in the second quarter found that 75% of Internet users participate in some form of social media, up from 56% in 2007.
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