When did the internet become a popular social media platform?
According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, the answer is, it didn’t exist until a few months after the internet first started taking off.
The paper wrote:As of this month, the social media-based social media company Facebook has 1.7 billion monthly active users.
That’s a whopping 18 times more than Twitter, which had around 565 million.
The number of active users for Facebook has increased to around 7 billion by the end of 2015, and Twitter, with around 6.2 billion active users, had around 1.3 billion.
However, Facebook has only just begun to scale up its data and reach into the mainstream, with the company’s head of global research, Matt Mullenweg, saying in a recent earnings call that Facebook was “the most influential” social media user in history.
So when does the internet’s rise as a social media phenomenon begin and end?
It starts when social media sites and apps are introduced, and then it goes to a point where it starts to have real social impact, the WSJ article said.
The internet is not limited to the likes of Twitter and Facebook.
In fact, Google+, which is based on the social network Google+, has seen significant growth in popularity in recent years.
Google+ is growing at a rate of around 20% a year, the article said, while Facebook is growing around 50% a decade.
As of October, Facebook had more than 3.5 billion monthly users, according to the WSJD article.
According to the article, social media also began to see a big jump in popularity during the Iraq War, as Americans and Europeans began to rely on social media in a time of crisis.
In that period, Facebook’s popularity exploded, with more than 15 billion monthly daily users.
This is a huge amount of users, but the WSJC article said the number was far less when compared to how many people actually use the social networking site.
While social media is the most popular social platform in the world, Google+ is also growing at the rate of about 3.6 billion monthly monthly users.
While Facebook is still growing, it has about 1.4 billion daily users, while Google+ has about 535 million daily users a year.
This is not the first time social media has been a big part of the world’s history.
Back in 2008, a report from the U.K.’s Social Policy Research Institute found that the social networks were “probably more influential in shaping world events than any other social media” at the time.
According to the report, social networking sites “are a source of new information and ideas, while traditional news organizations, newspapers and other media are more concerned with traditional advertising and newsgathering.”