26 Oct '11, 4pm

Infographic: Half-Life Of Social Media Shares

Social discovery service StumbleUpon has released a new infographic looking at the “half-life ” of content shared via its service versus Twitter and Facebook. Rather than being visible for only a few hours, StumbleUpon’s chart argues that content shared on its network gets attention for days. While the infographic comes from StumbleUpon, and so you’d expect it to be favorable to the company, the longevity of content being shared on the service is well known . Below, the half-life stats and related information: Want the infographic for yourself? You’ll find it here: Life Cycle Of A Web Page On StumbleUpon . Also be sure to see our post about content “half life,” Why “Second Chance” Tweets Matter: After 3 Hours, Few Care About Socially Shared Links . Related Entries StumbleUpon Adds 'Interest Optimization' To Paid Discovery StumbleUpon: 20 Million Stumblers & Counting With I...

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