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March 10, 2010, 7:15 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Facebook users like stories with digits, Reuters looks to citizen journos for video, Google adds ads to YouTube mobile

Twitter doesn’t make top 10 list of social media search terms (loses to variations of Facebook, YouTube) http://j.mp/asyhxw »

Google is serious about making money off YouTube, it just added ads to the mobile sitehttp://j.mp/cpUp2B »

Greg Beitchman, global editor of Reuters says tapping into citizen journalism video is a “priority” http://j.mp/bW12Hj »

The #1 reason to include digits in your headlines: they get shared more on Facebook http://j.mp/9Ona7w »

Marketing firm exec advocates freemium: “it’s not enough to have a big audience on the Internet” http://j.mp/bNFegP »

 
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