Tagged is a member of the Social Media Advertising Consortium, a trade industry association that aims to increase advertising revenue and to facilitate collaboration among social networking sites, advertisers, and marketing researchers.
Tagged developed a mobile version of its site in April 2011, making Tagged more usable by smartphones with a mobile internet browser.
This version allows users to send and receive friend requests, play games, and send messages.
There is also an option to upgrade the membership for a monthly fee, which allows users to see which other users have recently viewed their profile, among other additional features.
They can also sort videos by most viewed, top rated, and most liked, and send virtual gifts to their friends.
As of October 2011, Tagged had 150 employees, an increase from 55 employees at the beginning of 2011.
CEO Greg Tseng continues to interview employees, cater lunch and dinner, and hold office-wide meetings every Friday.
They found "significant lapses" in Tagged's response to these reports. police officer Chukwuemeka Ekwonna was arrested for allegedly meeting a 15 year old girl using the application, paying the girl for sex, and then robbing her at gunpoint afterwards.
At a news conference, Cuomo referred to Tagged as "one of the worst social networking sites that we've encountered". Hitwise data shows that between December 2008 and December 2009 Facebook drove category growth, and the only other site to grow in market share during that period was Tagged, which increased its share by 35%.
Though originally a teen-only site, Tagged now has more members in the 35- to 49-year-old group than in any other; teens in the United States now account for 10% of its members.
Sixty-four percent of users earn under ,000 per year and 60% have less than a college education. was ranked at number 10 with a 0.6% share of the total market, having served 6.8 billion ads in the United States in the first quarter 2010.
In December 2009 New York State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo announced that Tagged and 13 other social networking sites agreed to remove registered sex offenders under the New York Electronic Securing and Targeting of Online Predators Act.