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Posted January 27, 2015

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Top Social Networking Sites

Follow APS on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and -- coming soon -- Pinterest.

We love lists and one just out is perfect for anyone interested in the bold new world of social media. There seems to be no end to this new frontier, but some networking sites have clearly earned their spots as powerhouses.

Below are some of the most popular social networking sites according to eBizMBA.

By the way, you’ll find Albuquerque Public Schools on a number of these sites including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. And soon, we'll be joining Pinterest. Look for the invite soon!

  • Facebook - 900 million estimated unique monthly visitors
  • Twitter
 - 310 million estimated unique monthly visitors
  • LinkedIn
 - 255 million unique monthly visitors
  • Pinterest
 - 250 million estimated unique monthly visitors
  • Google Plus - 120 million estimated unique monthly visitors
  • Tumblr
 - 110 million estimated unique monthly visitors  
  • Instagram - 100 million unique monthly visitors
  • Flickr - 65 million estimated unique monthly visitors
  • Vine
 - 42 million estimated unique monthly visitors 

 

 

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