Tag Archive | "Social Media Statistics"

SlideShare: Chinese Social & Mobile Stats 2013

Monday, January 21, 2013

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This is one of the most comprehensive (free) social, digital and mobile statistics presentations for China I’ve seen to date… At 211 slides, it’s going to take a while to get through it, but grab 2 coffee’s or trade it for a read over lunch. These Chinese Social, Digital & Mobile Statistics for 2013 go [...]

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SlideShare: Fortune 100 Social Media Stats 2012

Monday, July 23, 2012

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If you’ve ever wondered what the Fortune 100 companies are doing with Social Media, this is your report, a health check for 2012 showcasing Fortune 100 data from Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest, to see where the growth is, how they are using it and what’s actually working, with 6 key insights and a [...]

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Infographic: Fortune 500 Social Media Statistics

Monday, April 16, 2012

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What social media sites are popular with the Fortune 500 companies? Here’s a nice infographic from Go-Gulf.com that shows some key social media statistics for the big corporate players.  A few key points: Only 23% have a corporate blog 58% have an active corporate Facebook account 62% have an active corporate Twitter account and have tweeted from [...]

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Infographic: 24 Hours on the Internet

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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Here’s a great infographic showing what happens on the internet every 24 hours, and as you’d have guessed, it’s a lot. The volume of blog posts, time spent on Facebook and video content being uploaded to YouTube has exploded yet again! A few facts that really stand out – each day: 294 billion e mails are [...]

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Infographic: Social Media Statistics For 2012

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

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It was a huge year for Social Media and here is a great infographic that rounds up the key Social Media Statistics to kickoff 2012. It’s pretty impressive to see that Facebook has grown to more than 800 million active users, adding more than 200 million in a single year. Twitter now has 100 million active [...]

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Infographic: The World of Social Media 2011

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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If you’re looking for stats or an infographic video summarising current social media statistics at the end of 2011… here it is! Sure, it’s probably not half as good as the Social Media Revolution videos, but it does add in things like Google+ and provide some good statistical updates from the other infographics and videos [...]

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SlideShare: Social Media Around the World 2011

Sunday, October 9, 2011

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Here is a great SlideShare presentation showcasing a whole bunch of statistics, observations and facts on the uptake, experience and use of social media (and a little mobile) from around the world in 2011. It’s 167 slides and well worth the read if you’ve got 20-30 mins (or 10 for a speed flick!), so perhaps [...]

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Infographic: The Social Media Strategist

Monday, October 3, 2011

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It’s hard not to know a social media strategist or planer these days. Whether a new found planning love or a transitioning strategist, social has brought a lot of people into the limelight in a budding industry. So what exactly does a social media strategist do, what qualifications should they possess, and what actually makes [...]

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Infographic: The Growth of Social Media in 2011

Monday, September 5, 2011

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It is easy to forget how integrated social is in our lives now, everyone knows the growth of social has been huge over the last 5+ years, but what about in the last 12 months from 2010-2011? Well, below are just a few of those stats in this infographic, there are a few little inaccuracies, [...]

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Infographic: Asia-Pacific Social Media Statistics

Sunday, August 14, 2011

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Internet usage is sky-rocketing throughout the Asia-Pacific region, obviously making the growth of social media the fastest in the world, as you’ll see, it’s not all about Facebook, but it still leads the way across the region, at least for now. This is a nice collective Infographic from Burson-Marsteller. The social media statistics cover the most popular [...]

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