Instagram is growing at a rate similar to Twitter. Pictures don't need translation. That's just one aspect of the new photo sharing paradigm. An article in yesterday's New York Times describes some of the businesses that are doing well on the crest of Instagram's wave:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/15/technology/on-instagram-a-thrivin...

What do you think? Is this intriguing enough for any of you to jump on the Instagram's bandwagon and try to do some business with it? How about ideas and case studies from those of you who wan to use Instagram's but aren't interested in making any money with it. What are you doing?

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