World didn't end, but Gangnam Style did hit 1 billion views


It’s broken a number of records — overtaking Justin Bieber’s ‘Baby’ to become the most popular YouTube video of all time — but today it marks another impressive YouTube milestone: the first video to reach one billion views on YouTube.

The most popular YouTube video of all time!!!

The video has topped nearly every viral list it has been part of, becoming Google’s top trending video in its YouTube Rewind retrospective for 2012, leading the most-saved videos on Pocket and even saw Google Chairman Eric Schmidt performing the iconic dance.

Of the billion views, over a third of them originated from a mobile device (over 340 million), while Facebook contributed 45 million via links and YouTube embeds. There’s been over 4 million comments posted, more than 6 million likes (435,000 dislikes) and it has been favorited roughly 1.8 million times.

Justin Bieber:Most Social Media Messages Within 24 Hours

Today, March 1st, is a very special day for Justin Bieber’s fans. It’s Justin Bieber’s 18th birthday! It’s a big one. So they need your help to give Justin a birthday present he’ll never forget: a world record for ‘Most Social Media Messages Within 24 Hours. I am not a fan of him, but I consider this as a big step in terms of importance and impact of social media in our daily lives.  I also appreciate of his fans due to sincere and unlimited support and dedication. If you wonder how it works ,please check below:


 All you will need to do on March 1st, 2012 starting at 12:00am (EST) through 11:59pm (EST) is tweet, retweet or post to Facebook the message we will provide you with on! Yes, it’s that simple. So stay tuned…

Please join at to ramp up for the big event and then again on March 1st to participate in sending out the message and to wish Justin a very happy birthday.

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Infographic: What The World Tweeted in 2011

2011 was a pretty crazy year for Twitter, and probably more for those who tweet. So here is a nice infographic round up of what the world tweeted in 2011, if twitter were the news, which, it pretty much has become the unofficial and quite often the official, source of!

Beyonce’s pregnancy reveal, which became the highest tweeting even of the year, even more so than the tsunami in Japan and the death of Osama Bin Laden. While Justin Bieber gets an average of 5 million re-tweets every time he types 140 characters!