2:59 PM ET Fri, 6 Nov 2017 | 02:59 Share Share LinkedIn’s Instagram is surging to new heights, and that’s not just because it has more than 40 million daily active users.
It has more users than Facebook and Twitter combined.
LinkedIn’s average daily user is now just over 1 million, an increase of more than 60 percent.
LinkedIn is also doing more than a billion in social shares daily.
Instagram, on the other hand, is only seeing a few thousand daily users.
That makes sense if Instagram is growing at the fastest pace among social networks.
That’s because Instagram is the most valuable social network.
But it’s also a platform that has struggled with growth.
Last quarter, Instagram lost more than 20 percent of its users, which is bad news for the platform’s investors.
Instagram has had a tough time keeping users on the platform.
Instagram is not as active as Twitter or Facebook.
Instagram users are also more likely to stay on the site for less than a week, a sign of how much people are paying for the service.
Instagram lost around 30 percent of daily active monthly users last quarter, according to research firm Gartner.
Instagram’s revenue dropped from $1.1 billion in Q1 2017 to $938 million in Q2 2017.
The platform’s growth was driven largely by mobile advertising and a rise in sponsored content.
Instagram revenue increased about 25 percent to $2.2 billion in 2017 from $2 billion the previous year.
The social network is also benefiting from an increased number of advertisers that are on board.
Advertisers like Lyft, Expedia, and Apple have started paying to advertise on Instagram, and more are likely to join.
Instagram was a leader in the advertising space in the last year.
It’s not the only one.
Snapchat, Snapchat Plus, and others have also made huge strides in the past year.
They’re all growing.
Instagram still needs to make its mark on advertisers and brands to win over users and keep its revenue strong.