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Facebook grew 7 users per second all of 2011

Facebook grew 7 users per second all of 2011 | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

Facebook is growing 7 users per second and so is growing its importance in inbound marketing strategies for brands and businesses globally. Much faster growth across Facebook countries, industries, pages, places and many more in 2011 predicts even greater impact of this social platform...

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Infographic: What Mattered in 2011 for Social Media

Infographic: What Mattered in 2011 for Social Media | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

2011 was certainly the year when social media took center stage. It saw large IPOs, new technology, celebrity breakdowns, and cultural uprisings. As the year comes to a close, we created this infographic with Flowtown to take a look at which social media trends and events hit the spot and which ones missed the mark.

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Glimpse of Social Media in 2011 - YouTube, Facebook & Twitter

Glimpse of Social Media in 2011 - YouTube, Facebook & Twitter | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

Know all the facts and statistics of major Social Media- YouTube, Facebook & Twitter. Know about most viewed video of 2011, Most liked page on Facebook, most followed on Twitter and more.
Have a Look at All the three infographics and enjoy the facts.

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Top 10 Twitter Trends of 2011

Top 10 Twitter Trends of 2011 | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

While Twitter had quite a year in 2011, the things people tweet about over the long haul remain fairly consistent. Check out what got the most buzz.

Our friends at What the Trend (now a HootSuite company) analyzed over 207,518 hashtags to identify the top trending topics of 2011. Along with the big list comes a handful of more focused categories including movies, TV shows and news events...

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The Top Brands on Twitter in 2011

The Top Brands on Twitter in 2011 | visualizing social media | Scoop.it
HootSuite looked at the brands that trended the most on Twitter in 2011 and discovered Twitter was number one.

As longtime Twitter addicts know, there’s little that people love to tweet about more than Twitter itself.

HootSuite, maker of its eponymous social media aggregation tool, offered some evidence of that when it compiled a list of top 15 brands on Twitter. The result: Twitter itself topped the list.

HootSuite’s index isn’t based on followers, but on the amount of time the brand spent in the top 10 trending topics and its rank on that list...

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Infographic: You Are What You Tweet: 2011 in Review

Infographic: You Are What You Tweet: 2011 in Review | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

From revolutions ousting autocrats to tsunami-causing earthquakes, 2011 was a globe-changing year. Now that 75% of all Americans use social media to engage, let's consider 2011's trending topics and what they reveal about us.

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Infographic Shows Major Sharing Trends of 2011

Infographic Shows Major Sharing Trends of 2011 | visualizing social media | Scoop.it

There are numerous inforgraphics floating around the web but the theme for most of them this month is a summary of the events of 2011. But the people at Clearspring, makers of the widget ‘AddThis’ have compiled one that shows the sharing trends of the past year.
It makes for some interesting reading including Tumblr sharing growing by 1299.5 per cent, Google sharing has declined by 8 per cent, even with the +1 button they’ve incorporated into all their services and sharing via mobile devices has grown by six times over the past year. It’s a short but sweet infographic which gives a nice indication as to what trends will occur next year.

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