Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Facebook Climbs the Corporate Ladder

A new study details the growing use of Facebook and social networks in general in the
enterprise with many changes still to come.

The “Enterprise Social Networking — End User Survey” by Wainhouse Research showed LinkedIn to be the most popular
social networking site used personally by respondents at 67.3 percent. Facebook was a
close second place at 58.9 percent, with YouTube at 50.9 percent.

But put a bullet next to Facebook which is coming on strong with corporate end-users,
according to William Zachmann, the survey’s principal author.

Read the rest at InternetNews.com.

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