Social discovery service StumbleUpon has released a new infographic looking at the “half-life” of content shared via its service versus Twitter and Facebook. Rather than being visible for only a few hours, StumbleUpon’s chart argues that content shared on its network gets attention for days.
Below, the half-life stats and related information:
Want the infographic for yourself? You’ll find it here: Life Cycle Of A Web Page On StumbleUpon.
Also be sure to see our post about content “half life,” Why “Second Chance” Tweets Matter: After 3 Hours, Few Care About Socially Shared Links.