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What & Why People Share On Social Media (Infographic)

What & Why People Share On Social Media (Infographic) | Pharma Strategic | Scoop.it

What people are sharing and how they’re sharing it is changing fast. A new infographic from Go-Gulf, a web design team based in Dubai, has gathered the latest data, which is now available in this newly released (July 2014) social media infographic. Here are the highlights…


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Rachel Turner Dool's curator insight, October 26, 2014 6:47 AM

Wow! what a list of stats. Some really interesting ones here...

CONETZAR's curator insight, October 30, 2014 6:21 AM

¿Alguna vez te has preguntad qué comparte la gente en las redes sociales? Y, ¿por qué lo comparte?

Esta interesante y completa infografía muestra los elementos más compartidos en las redes sociales durante el año 2013. Estos van desde vídeos hasta opiniones o noticias.

También se analiza lo compartido en las diferentes redes sociales y por qué se eligen esos medios para compartirlo.

Por último, es posible conocer los datos demográficos de los usuarios de redes sociales.

 

Para terminar... un dato curioso: Según este estudio, el país en el que más contenido se comparte a través de las redes sociales es Turquía, con un 93 %. 

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Social Media Krisenmanagement – Was tun bei einem Shitstorm (#Infografic)

Social Media Krisenmanagement – Was tun bei einem Shitstorm (#Infografic) | Pharma Strategic | Scoop.it

Nice infographic for crisis management. Good starting point for Pharma comms people to think about (not found many that master this topic within social media yet - still rely on traditional methods)

 

More info:

http://karrierebibel.de/social-media-krisenmanagement-was-tun-bei-einem-shitstorm-infografik/

 


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The Social Media Wars [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Social Media Wars [INFOGRAPHIC] | Pharma Strategic | Scoop.it

Social media has become an essential part of our daily lives, but, with so many networks out there fighting for our attention which networks are we really using? Overall, 72% of adults over the age of 18 used a social network in 2012. Currently Facebook is still the most popular site with 62% of adult global Internet users actively logging in, with nearly half of these users active on Twitter too...


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Greg Bonsib's curator insight, January 15, 2014 9:26 AM

Big changes from 2005 to 2012.  Betting on bigger shifts in future years...

Harkrisyati Kamil's curator insight, January 20, 2014 10:29 PM

Make sure that you understand the target audience and i dentify the social media they prefer. In Indonesia, the total internet user reach 23,% out of the total population and mostly are young people, 15-19 years old.Recently, we have seen the growth of Twitter users . This is an opportunity for librarians to  a good opportunity for librarian to reach more audience

Siri Anderson's curator insight, January 26, 2014 2:20 PM

I find it interesting to note parallels and contrasts between use of social networks in f2f environments and online environments.  In some instances the online version works better for those who flounder in person. In some cases people who love the real world interactions disparage the online ones. But for most of us, there seems to be a parallel in our patterns and style it would seem. Where should children "learn" how to do this, or is that lesson beside the point at this time?

 

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Should you build a mobile app or mobile website? [Infographic]

Should you build a mobile app or mobile website? [Infographic] | Pharma Strategic | Scoop.it

There’s no doubt that mobile has gone mainstream with consumers increasingly on the move and companies seeking more ways to stay in front of their eyes and right at their fingertips. As a result, businesses are realizing the importance of maintaining a mobile presence, yet many are uncertain whether a mobile application or mobile website is the best way to go to reach consumers on the go.

 

To outline the basics and benefits of a mobile website vs. mobile app, MDG Advertising developed the infographic above. It outlines the options and opportunities behind both mobile methods, along with the facts and figures regarding reach and response to help companies make the right move to mobile.

 

Suggest also looking at the the following post to capture the bigger picture of the apps question specifically in Pharma:

http://wp.me/p2LXmE-1M

 

All constructive feedback more than welcome.

 

 


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