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Take A Look At What Happens Every Single Minute On The Internet

Take A Look At What Happens Every Single Minute On The Internet | Social and digital network | Scoop.it
Early last year we learned that one hour of YouTube is uploaded every second. It was a bracing reminder of just how many people are spending their time online simultaneously.

 

Created by rewards site Qmee, the infographic "Online In 60 Seconds" is a pie chart that shows off the sheer amount of online activity that takes place every single minute. The amount of YouTube videos uploaded has already increased from January 2012's 60 hours per minute to 72. Additionally, over 1.8 million things are liked on Facebook, and 278 thousand bon mots tweeted. Not depicted in the chart: the amount of work that is going undone while all of these items are being viewed.


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Sois Islam's comment, August 25, 2013 12:39 AM
hello, thnxz for viewing !
Sois Islam's comment, August 25, 2013 12:39 AM
Dear Mr. Mithu thanks for the action.
Angie Thao's curator insight, May 15, 2016 7:06 PM

Single Chart Infograph:

Like: Good visual, good data.

Dislike: Can be a little overwhelming to look at.

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The Psychology of Social Media Influence – The Power of Klout and Kred

The Psychology of Social Media Influence – The Power of Klout and Kred | Social and digital network | Scoop.it
What especially intrigues me, for those that use these services, is the power and influence Klout or Kred scores have over our social media behavior. It has even been suggested that Klout and Kred reward social media ...

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Ron Sela's curator insight, July 14, 2013 2:50 AM

The Psychology of Social Media Influence – The Power of Klout and Kred

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[Infographie] Les publicités en ligne sont deux fois plus impactantes qu’à la TV ?

[Infographie] Les publicités en ligne sont deux fois plus impactantes qu’à la TV ? | Social and digital network | Scoop.it

En France comme aux Etats-Unis, plus de la moitié de la population consulte régulièrement des vidéos en ligne. Outre-Atlantique, trois internautes sur quatre sont aussi des vidéonautes, contre un peu plus d’un sur deux il y a cinq ans.

L’infographie ci-dessous, publiée hier par le site spécialisé AdWeek, revient sur les conséquences de l’augmentation de la consommation de vidéos en ligne en matière de publicité.

On apprend ainsi que les vidéonautes sont plus réceptifs à la réclame 2.0: les personnes visionnant du contenu en streaming sont soumises en moyenne à 20 secondes de publicité et sont 88% à regarder ces dernières en entier.

Les publicités en ligne sont aussi plus impactantes que leurs déclinaisons télévisées avec un taux de mémorisation général de 64% contre 40%. Concernant le message publicitaire et l’annonceur, le taux est cette fois doublé avec respectivement 40% de mémorisation pour les publicités en ligne contre 20% pour les publicités TV en ce qui concerne le message et 50% contre 27% pour l’annonceur.


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Social Media Networking and the Future of Online Influence

Social Media Networking and the Future of Online Influence | Social and digital network | Scoop.it
Social media networking has become the second largest medium of communications within our world with over one billion people having at least one profile (Social Media Networking and the Future of Online Influence http://t.co/ldOj9CaN5j)...

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Ron Sela's curator insight, July 23, 2013 3:39 PM

Social Media Networking and the Future of Online Influence

Naomi Assaraf's comment, July 23, 2013 10:58 PM
Thanks for this post! I'll set it up on @socialmediaclub for tomorrow's stream! Also, on mine @nassaraf! ;)
Ron Sela's comment, July 24, 2013 2:56 AM
Thank you very much Naomi! i appreciate it.
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The Life of the Connected Commuter - Infographic

The Life of the Connected Commuter - Infographic | Social and digital network | Scoop.it

Social’s on the move. Welcome to the city hall that never sleeps—where people are more likely to tweet about a pothole or support bike lanes on Facebook than go to a city council meeting.

 

City governments that want to keep a finger on the pulse of their transit arteries don’t need an invitation. They just need to know how to listen, which will help them figure out the life of the connected commuter, as depicted in our graphic with IBM.


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Help Traduzioni 's curator insight, May 29, 2013 1:02 PM

Social's on the move. Welcome to the city hall that never sleeps...

Hugo Araújo Lázare's curator insight, June 1, 2013 6:01 PM

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