We spend a lot of time talking about Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), LinkedIn (NYSE:LNKD.DL), and Twitter when talking about social media here. But there's another platform that's even richer -- and certainly more customizable -- which is growing at a pace reminiscent of Twitter around the time Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) bid $10 billion for the company, and it might just make an excellent tuck-in acquisition for the search king. Find out why in the video below.
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