London calling? More likely Digging, tweeting and poking

October 2, 2009 at 3:18 pm 1 comment

London callingLooks like Londoners love social media, with Twitter’s Evan Williams already declaring London as the “top Twitter-using city” now Digg has revealed that almost ten percent of its traffic comes from the UK capital.

London already enjoys its position as Facebook’s largest geographical network and the United Kingdom as a whole is second only to the US when it comes to traffic to these social networks reports The Telegraph.

It doesn’t matter if you’re tweeting in London, Little Rock or La Paz there will always been someone to connect with, and as a social media monitoring provider it’s our job to make sure we’re listening to the most relevant conversations across the globe.

Londoners are we driving the adoption of these exciting new technologies or just taking advantage of the office tea break?! Leave us a comment below or send us a tweet @moreovertech

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  • 1. Jeffrey Stubs  |  October 22, 2009 at 7:45 am

    Well I’m not Londoner, but I also use Facebook and Twitter (from time to time) and I must say that those methods of communication have nothing common with calling (in the classical way of understanding). Calling for me is like carrying important massage to someone who need that massage. That was the concrete of telegraph and later telephones. Later, when a phone started to become the first international connection web people started to use it for other things: dating, meeting people etc. So in this new way of understanding – it was just like Facebook, Twitter and other social networking systems.

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