Tag Archive | "Statistics"

Infographic: How People Use QR Codes

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

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Ahh the ever lasting QR code debate… I used to have a poll here that tallied up thousands of votes around QR codes, with the overwhelming response that QR codes are completely over rated, because most people still don’t have a reader. It’s still a hot topic here in the office, so it was great [...]

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Facebook Statistics, Stats & Facts For 2011

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

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Facebook Statistics, Stats and Facts for 2011 are starting to roll out, and here is the first infographic to wrap them all up thanks to Online Schools. With over 500 million users, Facebook is now used by 1 in every 13 people on earth, with over 250 million of them (over 50%) who log in [...]

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Infographic: How Teenagers Use Mobile Phones

Thursday, May 6, 2010

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Flowtown has released another new Infographic and this time it’s on How Teenagers Use Mobile Phones. Some of the key findings from their research was 75% of all teenagers in the US now have a mobile phone, while almost 35% of teenagers send over 100 text messages per day, one in three people text while [...]

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Facebook: Facts & Figures For 2010

Monday, March 22, 2010

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I thought I’d throw up another great social media infographic / visualisation / chart or what ever you want to call them! This time it’s on Facebook Statistics for 2010, showcasing things like total users, global reach, mobile usage .etc along with a pretty cool timeline of the key milestones in Facebook’s history so far. [...]

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What People Are Really Buying Online

Monday, March 8, 2010

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This beautifully designed infographic from Permuto visualises some of the latest shopper data from the US Census Bureau. What’s interesting to see, is that eCommerce (including phone & catalogue sales) is starting to “out sell” many of the traditional bricks and mortar categories in the US. There is some debate as to the exact numbers being used in [...]

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Stats: Age Distribution On Social Networks

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

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I’m in a bit of a statistical mood this week and have been hunting down all sorts of charts to keep my sanity in order, and this chart is an absolute winner. It shows (by percentage) the average age demographics and distribution across all the major social networks. We often get people talking about how [...]

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Statistics: The State Of The Internet Video

Monday, March 1, 2010

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This video by Jesse Thomas is getting some serious attention since being launched on Vimeo last week. The format is simple, a great combination of animation meets statistical visualisation to showcase some of the most recently released stats on the state of the internet. It provides us with some great insight into what’s going on [...]

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Presentation: Protocol Buffers at Twitter

Wednesday, February 24, 2010

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Kevin Weil the Analytics Lead at Twitter released a new presentation about how they are store and analyze of it’s 100 Billion tweets. The presentation is generally focused on different technical conditions but there are also some useful business requirements related to analysis and the storage of massive data as well.

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LinkedIn Popularity Grows As Economy Sours…

Sunday, February 15, 2009

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Perhaps one of the only real benefactors of the global recession so far is LinkedIn – the most widely used Business Networking site on the planet, with more people than ever out of work globally, LinkedIn is booming according to ComScore, with unique visitors up over 22% in January (2009) to over 7.7 million uniques in just the US, not [...]

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Facebook Traffic And Users Skyrocketing

Monday, January 26, 2009

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Facebook stats have been off the charts over the last few months, putting on an additional 20 million unique visitors in December 2008, up from 200 million in November 2008 to 220 Million unique visits to facebook, while in contrast MySpace only managed 4 million according to comscore. Which makes facebook about twice the size [...]

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