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Feb. 22, 2010, 6:34 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Church of Scientology recruits journalists to cover St. Pete Times, Nielsen finds jump in time spent on social media, Mobile ads could grow to $530 billion business

Mobile ads could jump from half million to $530 billion by 2013. McDonald’s, BMW, Nike already launched campaigns http://j.mp/a5XC6p »

Nielsen finds, year-over-year, U.S. users spent 368% more time on Twitter, 200% more on Facebook http://j.mp/doSxSS »

Pay per view: Associated Content pays contributors between $1 and $2.50 per 1,000 pageviewshttp://j.mp/b3Sudm »

Church of Scientology hires 60 Minutes vet, Pulitzer prize winner to investigate St. Petersburg Times http://j.mp/cA4fvf »

One in three customers who bought a Rodale workout iPhone app made additional purchases inside it http://j.mp/cPnVnC »

 
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