In one minute social networks blow up: 100 new accounts are created on LinkedIn and 320 on Twitter. There are 100 000 tweets every 60 seconds and 277 000 Facebook logins — check out the infographic for more staggering numbers.
This infographic about social media demographics from Online MBA aggregates some fascinating info about who hangs out on what social networks. Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest consist of more female users while the majority of Google+, Reddit, and Digg are male users. LinkedIn splits gender down the middle.
Just as the Japanese, Spanish and French languages are uniquely different, programming languages also have their variations, some more popular and easier to use than others. With the recent introduction of some new ones, there is a ‘war’ of modern day languages.
What’s easier and faster to use is not always the best option.
Social media has come a long way in the past few years. From photo sharing to meme generation and proliferation, to “poking” and writing in 140 characters or less, it seems as though everyone is now involved across countless social media platforms. And, as a means for garnering influence and support, especially politically, social media has more than come into its own. Many politicians now consider social media and well-organized internet communities as invaluable mechanisms in both their fundraising and message disseminating machines.
We’ve put together an infographic just in time for Super Tuesday to look at both the general influence of social media and notable social media events during the Republican primary election. Then we take a look at the four remaining Republican candidates stack up against the formidable social media prowess of President Obama.
So, take a look at what Google+ can do for you. This infographic has a bunch of marketing points scattered throughout it. You’ll see why Google+ might help you take your business goals to the next level.