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You might not know the audiences for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well as you think you do.
Some interesting stats here, like the aging of Facebookers and the locations most likely to be Instagrammed.
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Lots of stats here -- registered users by channel, user demos, time spent, etc.
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Interest facts and figuresm some I would never have expected
I believe it's amazing how social media is growing. This is a great way to improve people social life and to meet new people. Businesses also use social media to promote their products because so many people have a social network as you can tell it keeps increasing.
Check out this infographic by wearesquared for the latest global internet, mobile and social media statistics.
"The most engaged populations aren't where you think they are." Are you neglecting emerging markets?
Every time new LinkedIn statistics are released, the world is blown away by its progress and continued momentum. 2013 is no exception in this new infographic.
Which country has 20 million LI users? Which country has the highest percental of LI users? The U.S. LI population is = to the population of what European country? I didn't know the answers either, but I clicked thru, and now I do. :)
Check out this list of 70 of the freshtest and most fascinating statiistics on user-generated content
You really don't want to miss these stats. There's tons of data around demographics, social media channels, and user behavior (with source/reference links). Hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
Only 16 percent of U.S. adults use Twitter, and only half of them get news via the short-message social network, according to a new survey by Pew Research Center. That's far fewer than Facebook, wh...
Well, I guess I'm pretty smart, but I'm neither young nor rich!
See what the data says about best practices for Facebook, Twitter, and more with these surprising social media stats and action steps you can implement now.
Glad I took a little time to catch up on the Buffer blog. Key and somewhat surprising stat (to which I say "Huzzah!"): Marketers say written content trumps visuals.
Digital Insights has put together a great infographic on the latest 2013 Social Media stats. It's a great snapshot of the top social platforms.
It's time for more year-end stats, and these are pretty darn interesting.
Ooh dear I think I've gone blind, what a massive social media infographic
In case you're in the same boat with me, I gathered up some really interesting Twitter stats that can help you improve the way you reach your followers.
Even if you're not surprised by these stats, you'll likely be glad to have them all in one place, complete w/commentary.
Latest Data Suggests Twitter (Not Facebook) Is Now The Young Person’s Social Network [STUDY]
"The new research comes courtesy of comScore, and reveals that Twitter’s audience now skews younger than both Facebook and the rest of the internet."
Social Media Infographic 2013 - Which platform is growing the fastest? This great Infographic explains it all. Social Media Facts and statistics infographic
Fastest growth? Starts w/a "T."
Most popular? You guess!