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Best Time To Post [Infographic]

By Mark Bosci - 1 year ago

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The futuer of loyalty is social [Infographic]

By Mark Bosci - 2 years ago

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The Current State of Social Networks [Infographics]

By Mark Bosci - 2 years ago

Inforgraphic by Ignite Social Media.


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Who’s Using Twitter And How They’re Using It [Inforgaphic]

By Mark Bosci - 2 years ago

As Twitter continues to wax in popularity, the disparity of Twitter users across all demographics continues to wane. But as the Pew study also indicates, there is still a large portion of Internet users who continue to have no involvement with the site.

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Infographic by Flotown


The Current State of Social Networks [infographic]

By Mark Bosci - 3 years ago

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Found on Mashable

The course of social media never did run smooth — not for long, anyhow. And for some Web 2.0 companies, it’s running less smoothly than ever.

Without question, Facebook is the network du jour; but even though the reigning champion’s user stats keep soaring, social networking as a whole might be leveling off. Nevertheless, scores of other highly competitive social sites keep waxing and waning; and different networks and apps are more popular in specific geographic areas, with certain genders or age groups and even among various social classes.

For example, Plaxo is the network with the most users over the age of 65. Facebook is more popular with women, but Digg and Reddit tend to be more popular with men. LinkedIn is the “richest” social network, but Plurk outranks it when it comes to well-educated users who have graduate degrees.

Check out this infographic from social media agency Ignite Social Media, and let us know what you think in the comments. Do these findings line up with your own perceptions and usage habits?

If Social Media Were a High School

By Mark Bosci - 3 years ago

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If the world were a village of 100 people, how would the composition be?

By Mark Bosci - 3 years ago

If the world were a village of 100 people, how would the composition be? This set of 20 posters created by Toby Ng is built on statistics about the spread of population around the world under various classifications.

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Americans & TV: How Social Media Users Watch Video [INFOGRAPHIC]

By Mark Bosci - 3 years ago

Reposted from Mashable.Article by Charlie White.

Researchers at Lab42 did a study of social media users, surveying 400 adults earlier this month.

Using applications within Facebook and MySpace, they found out that even bigger changes are underway in TV land, and viewers are doing lot more of their TV viewing online.

In this exclusive graphic, you can see that viewers, particularly those under 34 years of age, are more willing to watch TV shows online. And, an overwhelming majority of the respondents are recording their TV shows on DVRs such as TiVo.

It’s no surprise that social media users are a lot more tuned in to video on the Internet, but the most unexpected statistic was that at least 72% of those aged 34 and younger are watching TV shows online.

Looks like that prediction we heard last year that online video will quadruple Internet traffic by 2014 might happen even sooner than expected.

According to Lab42, the 400 respondents were equally distributed across age groups and income levels.

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The History of Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

By Mark Bosci - 3 years ago

Reposted from Mashable. Article by Jolie O'Dell.

From the first e-mail to the domination of Facebook, social media has come a long way, baby.

Here’s a visually organized look at the past 30 years or so of social media history, from Usenet to AIM to Friendster and beyond. This particular infographic comes with some fun facts; for example, did you know that the first version of MySpace was coded in just 10 days?

Whether this is a walk down memory lane or entirely new information for you, we hope you’ll enjoy this infographic, which was created by OnlineSchools.org. You can also check out our infographics on Facebook facts, online dating and our general obsession with social media.

In the comments, tell us where you set up your first “social” online account and where or when you think social media truly began.

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Lead image courtesy of Flickr, rishibando.

Are We Too Obsessed With Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC]

By Mark Bosci - 3 years ago

Repost from Mashable:

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Facebook profiles are like belly buttons: Everybody’s got one.

Perhaps that statement’s still a bit of an exaggeration, but by the numbers, we (that is, Internet users around the globe) are becoming more obsessed with Facebook by the day.

One out of every 13 Earthlings and three out of four Americans is on Facebook, and one out of 26 signs into Facebook on a daily basis.

We could rattle off stats like until the cows come home, but instead, we’d like to show you this fascinating infographic from SocialHype and OnlineSchools.org.

Here, in a visual nutshell, are some highlights about Facebook usage, 2010 trends, adoption numbers and a great deal more.


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Facebook’s 50 billion valuation, in perspective [Infographic]

By Mark Bosci - 3 years ago

Today Facebook was valued at 50 billion dollars. Here it is in perspective with a few other Internet companies as put together by TheNextWeb with graphic supplied by @Boris.

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