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    Web 2.0 (Social Networking, Professional Networking, Microblogging, Blogging, Online Dating) Market Worldwide & Future Forecast

    Date: 15 Nov, 2010              Type: Internet & Ecommerece              Pages: 135

    Web 2.0 (Social Networking, Professional Networking, Microblogging, Blogging, Online Dating) Market Worldwide & Future Forecast
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    Web 2.0 Industry Overview
     
    Ways of communication has undergone sea change in past two decades. With the advent of cheap electronic communication and technical devices we have more collaboration, social interaction, personalization, active participation and communication itself than ever before. One of the major reasons behind this is the emergence of internet as new channel; with advent of web 2.0 which allows dual communication which had not been possible in major way with any other channel; the interaction and communication has increased manifold. 
     
    Web 2.0 is affecting corporations too. They are seen both as an opportunity and threat by the corporations. Majority of businesses views broadband and online services as new revenue generators. At the same time it also threatens their current business models. Enterprises now increasingly incorporate web 2.0 ‘tools’ part of their business or marketing routine. While seeing macro trend and cross checking with some micro trends we find that the collaboration productivity tools, unified communications, virtual worlds and Web services are among the tools likely to be adopted. Their adoption will, in turn, drive the growth of a social networking enterprise software industry.
     
    As new, more user friendly and innovative Web 2.0 services emerges; many new industries will proliferate one of them will be online advertising. Among many reasons for this to happen; first, an increasing number of users worldwide are spending an increasing amount of time on the internet. Secondly, as new companies appear offering tools that make Web 2.0 even more attractive, this trend will accelerate. Advertisers will obviously want to reach this vast audience. And this change will not just involve private individuals: as corporate use of the internet increases, not only will advertising offer a way to reach such businesses, but it will also offer the corporate themselves a way to reach potential customers both high-level clients and ordinary consumers.
     
    Report Details
     
    This report title “Web 2.0 (Social Networking, Professional Networking, Microblogging, Blogging, Online Dating\Matrimonial) Market Worldwide & Future Forecast” falls into Ten parts. 
     
    First and Second part describes the Executive Summary and Research Methodology. The Third section explains market size of Web 2.0 on the basis of worldwide major player’s revenue and market. It also defines the present and forecasted market size and share of the player. The Fourth part talks about the Web 2.0 adoption trends in the enterprises and its effects. Fifth to Ninth section explains the Web 2.0 market segmentation on the basis of Social, Professional, Microblogging, Blogging and Online dating sites. This section covers the number of present and future forecast users, present and future forecast revenue and funding of the Web 2.0. Last Tenth part highlights the major merger and acquisition during the past few years in the Web 2.0 industry and opportunity and challenges in Web 2.0 industry.
     
    Key Questions – Answered  
     
    • What is Web 2.0 present market and expected market in 2014?
    • Who are the major players in Social, Professional, Microblogging, Blogging and Online dating categories of Web 2.0?
    • What are reasons for Web 2.0 adoption by companies?
    • How many users and total revenue of the Web 2.0 players?
    • What is the present and future market share of each player in Web 2.0 industry?
    • How many acquisitions done during past years in Web 2.0 industry?
    • How a Web 2.0 company receives its funding?
     
    Key Players Analyzed
     
    We have considered the key player under the following five categories. Almost all the players have been analyzed from number of present and future forecast users, present and future forecast revenue and funding pattern of Web 2.0. 
     
    Social Networking Players: Facebook, QQ, MySpace, Orkut, Tagged, Netlog, Friendster,
                                           Sonico, Bebo, myYearbook and Mixi
    Professional Networking Players: LinkdIn, XING, Yelp and Meetup
    Micro Blogging Players: Twitter, Tumblr and FriendFeed
    Blogging Players: Blogger.com, Wordpress.com, Livejournal and Multiply
    Online Dating Players: PlentyofFish, Match, Okcupid and eHarmony
     
    Research Highlight
     
    • Facebook, MySpace, QQ and Friendster are most popular social networks in Web 2.0
    • Web 2.0 revenue market is expected to be US$ 8 Billion at the end of 2014
    • Three players QQ.com, Facebook.com and Matchbook.com together controls 79% of revenue market share in 2009
    • Facebook is expected to cross 1 Billion mark in number of users by 2014
    • Orkut revenue is expected to be slightly less than US$ 1 Billion by 2014
    • The Bebo unique users has declined by -53.15% from April 2009 to April 2010
    • Japan's biggest social networking site Mixi.jp user increases nearly 3 Million from May 2009 to April 2010
    • LinkedIn is one of the fastest growing professional Web 2.0 site
    • Meetup users will increase at a CAGR value of 36.29% for the period 2010 - 2014
    • Twitter users growth rate from June 2008 to June 2009 was more than 1400%
    • Match.com paid users crossed 1.5 Million  mark by the end of first quarter 2010
    • Mobile data traffic will grow at CAGR of 107.82% between 2009 and 2014
     
    Data Sources 
     
    Information and data in this report has been collected from various printable and non-printable sources like Trade Journals, White papers, Online paid databases, News websites, Government Agencies, Magazines, Newspapers and Trade associations.

    1. Executive Summary
     
    2. Research Methodology
     
    3. Worldwide - Web 2.0 Market

    3.1 Web 2.0 Market Share by Revenue
    3.2 Web 2.0 Unique Users Market
    3.3 Web 2.0 Unique Users Market Share by Revenue
     
    4. Web 2.0 Effect on Companies Performance
    4.1 Web 2.0 Adoption Trends as Enterprises 2.0
    4.2 How Companies Improved Performance with the help of Web 2.0
    4.2.1 Companies using Web 2.0 for Internal Purpose
    4.2.2 Companies using Web 2.0 for Supply Chain Purpose
    4.2.3 Companies using Web 2.0 for Customer Management Purpose
     
    5. Web 2.0 Industry Segmentation – Social Networking
    5.1 Facebook.com

    5.1.1 Facebook Users & Future Forecast
    5.1.2 Facebook Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.1.3 Facebook Funding
    5.2 Friendster.com
    5.2.1 Friendster Users & Future Forecast
    5.2.2 Friendster Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.2.3 Friendster Funding
    5.3 Orkut.com
    5.3.1 Orkut Users & Future Forecast
    5.3.2 Orkut Annual Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.4 MySpace.com
    5.4.1 MySpace Unique Users & Future Forecast
    5.4.2 MySpace Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.5 Bebo.com
    5.5.1 Bebo Unique Users & Future Forecast
    5.5.2 Bebo Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.6 myYearbook.com
    5.6.1 myYearbook Users & Future Forecast
    5.6.2 myYearbook Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.7 Sonico.com
    5.7.1 Sonico Users & Future Forecast
    5.7.2 Sonico Annual Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.8 Netlog.com
    5.8.1 Netlog Users & Future Forecast
    5.8.2 Netlog Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.9 Mixi.jp
    5.9.1 Mixi Users & Future Forecast
    5.9.2 Mixi Inc Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.10 QQ.Com
    5.10.1 QQ Users & Future Forecast
    5.10.2 QQ Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.11 Tagged.com
    5.11.1 Tagged Unique Users & Future Forecast
    5.11.2 Tagged Revenue & Future Forecast
    5.11.3 Tagged Funding
     
    6. Web 2.0 Industry Segmentation – Professional Networking
    6.1 LinkdIn.com

    6.1.1 LinkedIn Users & Future Forecast
    6.1.2 LinkedIn Revenue & Future Forecast
    6.1.3 LinkedIn Funding
    6.2 XING.com
    6.2.1 XING Users & Future Forecast
    6.2.2 XING Revenue & Future Forecast
    6.3 Yelp.com
    6.3.1.1 Yelp Unique Users & Future Forecast
    6.3.2 Yelp Revenue & Future Forecast
    6.3.3 Yelp Funding
    6.4 Meetup.com
    6.4.1 Meetup.com Users & Future Forecast
    6.4.2 Meetup.com Revenue & Future Forecast
    6.4.3 Meetup.com Funding
     
    7. Web 2.0 Industry Segmentation – Microblogging
    7.1 Twitter.com

    7.1.1 Twitter Unique Users & Future Forecast
    7.1.2 Twitter Revenue & Future Forecast
    7.1.3 Twitter Funding
    7.2 Tumblr.com
    7.2.1 Tumblr Unique Users & Future Forecast
    7.2.2 Tumblr Revenue & Future Forecast
    7.2.3 Tumblr Funding
    7.3 FriendFeed.com
    7.3.1 FriendFeed Unique Users & Future Forecast
    7.3.2 FriendFeed Revenue & Future Forecast
     
    8. Web 2.0 Industry Segmentation – Blogging Sites
    8.1 Multiply.com

    8.1.1 Multiply Users & Future Forecast
    8.1.2 Multiply Revenue & Future Forecast
    8.1.3 Multiply Funding
    8.2 Livejournal.com
    8.2.1 Livejournal Users & Future Forecast
    8.2.2 Livejournal Revenue & Future Forecast
    8.3 Blogger.com
    8.3.1 Blogger.com Unique Users & Future Forecast
    8.4 Wordpress.com
    8.4.1 Wordpress.com Unique User & Future Forecast
     
    9. Web 2.0 Industry Segmentation – Online Dating Sites Matrimonial Sites
    9.1 PlentyofFish.com
    9.1.1 PlentyofFish Users & Future Forecast
    9.1.2 PlentyofFish Revenue & Future Forecast
    9.2 Match.com
    9.2.1 Match Users & Future Forecast
    9.2.2 Match Revenue & Future Forecast
    9.3 eHarmony.com
    9.3.1 eHarmony Users & Future Forecast
    9.3.2 eHarmony Revenue & Future Forecast
    9.3.3 eHarmony Funding
    9.4 Okcupid.com
    9.4.1 Okcupid Unique Users & Future Forecast
    9.4.2 Okcupid Revenue & Future Forecast
    9.4.3 OkCupid Funding
     
    10. Web 2.0 Growth Factors – Corporate Developments
    10.1 Merger and Acquisition
    10.2 Web 2.0 Opportunities
    10.2.1 Advertising
    10.2.2 Data Mining
    10.2.3 Web 2.0 Going Mobile
    10.2.4 Enterprise 2.0 Growth
    10.3 Challenges
    10.3.1 Net Neutrality
    10.3.2 Legal Challenges

    List of Figures:
     
    Figure 3 1: Worldwide – Web 2.0 Market (Billion US$), 2009 – 2014
    Figure 3 2: Worldwide – Web 2.0 Unique Users Market (Billion US$), 2009 – 2014
    Figure 4 1: Worldwide – Respondents Spending on Enterprise 2.0 Technology (Percent), 2009
    Figure 4 2: Worldwide – Web 2.0 Internal Use for Company Purpose (Percent), 2008
    Figure 5 1: Facebook – Active Users (Million), 2004 – 2009 & till July 2010
    Figure 5 2: Facebook – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 3: Facebook – Revenue (Million US$), 2007 – 2010
    Figure 5 4: Facebook – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 5: Facebook – Funding (Million US$), 2005 – 2009
    Figure 5 6: Friendster – Users (Million), 2007 – 2009
    Figure 5 7: Friendster – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 8: Friendster – Estimated Revenue (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 5 9: Friendster – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 - 2014
    Figure 5 10: Friendster – Funding (Million US$), 2003 – 2008
    Figure 5 11: Orkut – Users (Million), 2007 & 2009
    Figure 5 12: Orkut – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 13: Orkut – Revenue (Daily, Monthly, Yearly), (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 5 14: Orkut – Revenue Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 15: MySpace – Users 2004 – 2005, 2007 – 2009 & till January 2010
    Figure 5 16: MySpace – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 17: MySpace – Revenue (Million US$), 2007 – 2009
    Figure 5 18: Myspace – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 19: Bebo – Unique Users 2007 – 2009 & till April 2010
    Figure 5 20: Bebo – Revenue (Million US$), 2006 – 2009
    Figure 5 21: myYearbook – Users (Million) 2006 – 2009
    Figure 5 22: myYearbook – Users Forecast Worldwide (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 23: myYearbook – Revenue (Million US$) 2008 – 2009
    Figure 5 24: myYearbook – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 25: Sonico – Users Worldwide (Million), 2007 – 2010
    Figure 5 26: Sonico – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 27: Sonico – Annual Revenue (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 5 28: Sonico – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 29: Netlog – Users (Million) 2007 – 2010
    Figure 5 30: Netlog – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 31: Netlog – Revenue (Daily, Monthly and Yearly) (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 5 32: Netlog – Users Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 33: Mixi – Users (Million), 2009 – 2010
    Figure 5 34: Mixi – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 35: Mixi – Revenue (Million JPY), 2008 – 2009
    Figure 5 36: Mixi – Revenue Future Forecast (Million JPY), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 37: QQ – Users (Million), 2007 – 2008 & till January 2009
    Figure 5 38: QQ – Users (Million), Future Forecast 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 39: QQ – Revenue (Million US$), 2006 – 2009
    Figure 5 40: QQ – Revenue Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 41: Tagged – Users (Million), 2006 – 2008
    Figure 5 42: Tagged – Unique Users Forecast (Million), 2009 – 2014
    Figure 5 43: Tagged – Annual Revenue (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 5 44: Tagged – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 5 45: Tagged – Funding (Million US$), 2005 – 2008
    Figure 6 1: LinkedIn – Users (Million), 2003 – 2009 & till April 2010
    Figure 6 2: LinkedIn – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 6 3: LinkedIn – Revenue (Million US$), 2006 – 2008
    Figure 6 4: LinkedIn – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2009 – 2014
    Figure 6 5: LinkedIn – Funding (Million US$), 2003 – 2008
    Figure 6 6: XING – Users (Million), 2005 – 2009
    Figure 6 7: XING – Users Future Forecast (Million) 2010 – 2014
    Figure 6 8: XING – Revenue (Million EUR), 2005 – 2009
    Figure 6 9: XING – Revenue Future Forecast (Million EUR), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 6 10: Yelp – Users June (Million), 2006 – 2009 & till May 2010
    Figure 6 11: Yelp – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 6 12: Yelp – Estimated Revenue, (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 6 13: Yelp – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 6 14: Yelp – Funding (Million US$), 2004 – 2010
    Figure 6 15: Meetup.com – Users (Million), 2004 – 2008 & till September 2010
    Figure 6 16: Meetup.com – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2011 – 2014
    Figure 6 17: Meetup – Revenue (Million), 2006 – 2009
    Figure 6 18: Meetup.com – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 6 19: Meetup – Funding (Million US$), 2002 – 2008
    Figure 7 1: Twitter – Users (Million), 2007 – 2009 & till January 2010
    Figure 7 2: Twitter – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2013
    Figure 7 3: Twitter – Revenue Daily, Monthly, Yearly (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 7 4: Twitter – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 7 5: Twitter – Funding (Million US$), 2008 – 2010
    Figure 7 6: Tumblr – Users (Million), 2007 – 2009
    Figure 7 7: Tumblr – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 7 8: Tumblr – Annual Revenue (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 7 9: Tumblr – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 7 10: Tumblr – Funding (Million US$), 2007 – 2010
    Figure 7 11: FriendFeed – Users (Million), 2008 – 2009
    Figure 7 12: FriendFeed – Unique Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 7 13: FriendFeed – Revenue Monthly, Yearly (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 7 14: FriendFeed – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 8 1: Multiply – Users (Million), 2007 – 2009 & till May 2010
    Figure 8 2: Multiply – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 8 3: Multiply – Estimated Revenue (Daily, Monthly, Yearly) (Million US$), 2009
    Figure 8 4: Multiply – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 8 5: Multiply – Funding (Million US$), 2007 – 2010
    Figure 8 6: Livejournal – Users (Million), 2007 – 2009 & till May 2010
    Figure 8 7: Livejournal – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 8 8: Livejournal – Estimated Revenue (Daily, Monthly, Yearly), 2009
    Figure 8 9: Livejournal – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 8 10: Blogger.com – Unique Users (Million), 2005 – 2009 till Jan 2010
    Figure 8 11: Blogger.com – Unique Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 8 12: Wordpress.com – Unique Users (Million), 2009 – 2010
    Figure 8 13: Wordpress.com – Unique Users Future Forecast (Million), 2011 – 2014
    Figure 9 1: PlentyofFish – Users (Million), February 2009 – February 2010
    Figure 9 2: PlentyofFish – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 9 3: PlentyofFish – Revenue (Million US$), 2006 & 2008 – 2009
    Figure 9 4: PlentyofFish – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 9 5: Match.com – Unpaid Users (Million) 2001 – 2004 & till February 2005
    Figure 9 6: Match.com – Paid Users (Million), 2008 – 2009 & till Q1 2010
    Figure 9 7: Match.com – Paid Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 9 8: Match.com – Revenue (Million US$), 2008 – 2009, Q1 2010
    Figure 9 9: Match.com – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 9 10: eHarmony – Users (Million), 2007 – 2009
    Figure 9 11: eHarmony – Users Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 9 12: eHarmony – Revenue (Million US$), 2006 – 2009
    Figure 9 13: eHarmony – Revenue Future Forecast (Million US$), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 9 14: eHarmony – Funding (Million US$), 2000 – 2004
    Figure 9 15: Okcupid – Users (Million), 2007 – 2008 & till March 2010
    Figure 9 16: Okcupid – Users Future Forecast (Million US$), 2011 – 2014
    Figure 9 17: Okcupid – Revenue (Million US$), 2007 – 2009
    Figure 9 18: Okcupid – Revenue Future Forecast (Million), 2010 – 2014
    Figure 10 1: Worldwide – Online Advertising Market (Billion US$), 2009 – 2010
    Figure 10 2: Worldwide – Online Advertising Market (Billion US$), 2011 – 2015
    Figure 10 3: Worldwide – Mobile Data & Internet Traffic (Petabits per second per Month), 2009 – 2014
    Figure 10 4: Worlwide – Web 2.0 Technology Market (Million US$), 2008 – 2013

     
    List of Tables:
     

    Table 2 1: Worldwide – Web 2.0 Networking Sites and its Alexa and Regional Ranking
    Table 2 2: Worldwide – Social Networking Players, Number of Users (Million), 2009 – 2010
    Table 2 3: Worldwide – Professional Networking Players, Number of Users (Million), 2009 – 2010
    Table 2 4: Worldwide – Micro Blogging Social Networking Players, Number of Users (Million), 2009 – 2010
    Table 2 5: Worldwide – Blogging Social Networking Players, Number of Users (Million), 2009 – 2010
    Table 2 6: Worldwide – Online Dating Players, Number of Users (Million), 2009 – 2010
    Table 3 1: Worldwide – Web 2.0 Market Shares of Users by Revenue (Percent), 2009 – 2014
    Table 3 2: Worldwide – Web 2.0 Unique Users Market Share by Revenue (Percent), 2009 – 2014
    Table 9 1: OkCupid – Funding (Million US$), 2007
    Table 10 1: Worldwide – Merger and Acquisition in Web 2.0


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