This in from Hitwise: Twitter, a social network/micro-blog, has seen traffic climb 60 percent over the past month.
Hitwise puts Twitter’s size into perspective. Even with all its growth and buzz, Twitter’s still tiny. Hitwise stats show Twitter is No. 439 among all social networks and forums, and No. 4309 among all categories of Web sites.
Still, Twitter’s potential impact on brands should not be overlooked as Pete Blackshaw points out in his ClickZ column, “Customer Service Meets ‘Lord of the Twitters‘ “.
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