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Slideshare Infographic: The Quiet Giant of Content Marketing

Slideshare Infographic: The Quiet Giant of Content Marketing | Social Media Resources & e-learning | Scoop.it

More on SlideShare!

 


Via marketingIO, Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com, donhornsby, Amy Melendez
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This is eye opening, thanks Amy!

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marketingIO's comment, January 10, 2013 3:18 PM
SlideShare is a must. We included a "how to" scoop to help out: http://sco.lt/59cGR7
David Hain's curator insight, January 12, 2013 3:39 AM

I think Slideshare is just a great knowledge and collaboration tool, getting better as time goes on.

Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, February 9, 2013 8:39 PM

From the article:  "Data collected by ComScore and presented in this infographic reveals SlideShare has 5 times more traffic from business owners than Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn(which now owns SlideShare)." ~ Deb

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Teens 2012: Truth, Trends, and Myths About Teen Online Behavior - Kristen Purcell

Teens 2012: Truth, Trends, and Myths About Teen Online Behavior - Kristen Purcell | Social Media Resources & e-learning | Scoop.it

   How teens use the internet, mobile phones, social media and social networking sites, as well as teencommunication preferences and online information consumption.

   More than 75 percent of teens are on social-media sites, with 93 percent of them on Facebook, according to the Pew Internet study that examined the behavior of teens online: http://slidesha.re/PSsGbU

   The study shows that teens turn to text messaging for communication instead of writing e-mails. 6 percent of teens use e-mail daily, while 39 percent say they never use e-mail. In contrast, 63 percent of teens text everyday, with some teens texting up to 100 messages a day.


Via Peter Hoeve, Roy Sheneman, PhD
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