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    Young Brits spend a lot of time hanging out with mates on social networks

    89% of U.K. Internet users 25-34 years old visited a social network in May, and 86% of those between 15 and 24 spent some time on such sites. But their parents aren’t that far behind: two-thirds of web users 55 and older visited a social network in May.

    Posted 07/21/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    89% of U.K. Internet users 25-34 years old visited a social network in May, and 86% of those between 15 and 24 spent some time on such sites. But their parents aren’t that far behind: two-thirds of web users 55 and older visited a social network in May.
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    Shopit to Launch Shopit Store App on hi5

    Shopit E-Commmerce Now Available to the World`s Fastest Growing Social Network LOS ANGELES, Oct 15, 2008 -- Shopit, the leader of a new revolution in ecommerce, today announced that it will launch the Shopit Store App on hi5, one of the world`s largest social networks and the first to Release 0.8 OpenSocial Standard. Shopit is the leader in peer to peer social commerce network on the web. The Shopit platform easily enables fully functional and...

    Posted 10/16/2008

    Shopit E-Commmerce Now Available to the World`s Fastest Growing Social Network LOS ANGELES, Oct 15, 2008 -- Shopit, the leader of a new revolution in ecommerce, today announced that it will launch the Shopit Store App on hi5, one of the world`s largest social networks and the first to Release 0.8…
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    Social networks grow big—but are still seeking ways to monetize traffic

    Industry leader MySpace.com grew 230% year over year from 15.6 million unique visitors in May 2005 to 51.4 million in May this year, comScore Networks Inc. reports.

    Posted 06/16/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Industry leader MySpace.com grew 230% year over year from 15.6 million unique visitors in May 2005 to 51.4 million in May this year, comScore Networks Inc. reports.

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