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Been thinking a lot lately about the Facebook-Instagram deal and how it's really about dominating the mobile space more than anything.

Instagram grew a userbase of 30 million in just a year-and-a-half -- without having a website. But can the mobile-only strategy work for other apps? Or is Instagram an anomaly?

I asked a few industry experts to share their opinions, including +Steve Jang and +Andy Mroczkowski. Feel free to share your thoughts as well.
In the short year-and-a-half since its launch, Instagram has grown to 30 million users -- and did it all without a website.
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If this is the way it's going to be, Google should be mindful to go ahead and buy Pinterest.
This could definitely be something that is more and more mainstream. Path is another example of an active social-mobile community. 
new to it but it's caught my eye..
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