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Did you know that?: the impact of blogging and social media is changing the entire media landscape…

The overall impact of blogging and social media upon the mainstream media and traditional journalism has also been acknowledged by the main media moguls and also by the governments.

But does the internet and the servers has enough free capacity to store, handle and share billions of people’s staff? These we do not know yet. But which is for sure blogging and social media helps us to connect us together and get closer.

No secrets no hidden things any more…

As of 16 February 2011, there were over 156 million public blogs in existence. For now I am sure we reached the 250 million.

6,5 million photos are uploaded each month to Facebook!

100 million users has access to Facebook via mobile “smart” phones!

30 million tweets a day…

Twitter has 75 million users and gaining 300 thousand new per day.

It is a real revolution.

Infographic on how Social Media are being used...

Infographic on how Social Media are being used, and how everything is changed by them. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

An example of the share buttons common to many...

An example of the share buttons common to many social web pages. Thanks to http://www.nouveller.com for the free icon pack image. The author (Benjamin Reid) releases the image into the public domain, with the following text available at the source page: "You can use them anywhere you like, absolutely anywhere, anything. No attribution, 100% free.". (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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About Laszlo Keki

I am from Hungary (EU) European Journalist, Bl. Writing about today's EU political, social, economical issues, environmental challenges, climate change and environmental protection. Awards: European Journalism Centre TH!NK4: Climate Change and TH!NK5: Water blogging competition winner. Diplomas: General Chemistry Technology, Communication, Marketing. International Relations Job: international trading. I am living near Budapest in a small peaceful, green village. Love: life, garden, arts, water, forests, good climate, good food, clean water, clean air, journalism, sciences, modern technology, people, history and the social studies.

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