9 Fastest Growing Social Media Companies

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Bangalore: How can you renovate your company to success? The first step to answer this question is to have a social media access within your company. Today, social media has got lot of opportunities that it’s been considered as one of the most important particulates for a successful business.



With Facebook and Google+ being appraised as the frontrunners, the whole social media arena is now a land of vast opportunities. The clusters don’t stand within Facebook or Google + as there are companies that are prying to take up the challenge and give these top companies a run for their money.



So with that said here are 9 social media advancers that enterprises should watch in 2013.



#9 Quora:



Quora is a Q&A website, where users can collaborate by editing questions and suggesting edits to other users' answers. The company was founded in June 2009 by two former Facebook employees, Adam D’Angelo and Charlie Cheever. Later on the website was made available to the public on June 21, 2010. From a small time Q&A website to a worldwide social media service provider, Quora’s growth was fast that as of January 2011, the company had an estimated 500,000 registered users.



Some of the main competitors are social bookmarking sites like reddit, social networking sites like ChaCha, and numerous question and answer websites.



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