Tag Archives: Use

Hashtag Etiquette: What And What Not To Do – Infographic

hashtag-etiquette_51f996e35bf4fHashtags provide a way to get your message across amid the deluge of posts on social media platforms per day. This is particularly important as on average, there are 2.5 billion posts on Facebook, 400 million tweets and 45 million posts on Instagram every single day.

However, if done wrong, hashtagging is not that effective and can do more harm than help you getting your message across.

Source: Gremln.com

Facebook Use Falters Among Teens As Twitter Use Rises – Pew

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zPeriodically, new research shows that use and consumer “engagement” with Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) has fallen and is usually replaced by time people spend on some alternative social media. If all the research were accurate, put together it would paint a picture of Facebook’s near-term demise. But Facebook, at least for the time being, is flourishing. Continue reading

We Can Only Go 90 Minutes Without The Internet. Addicted? – Infographic

An infographic breaking down internet use into time spent gaming, e-mailing, social media and even.. well, NSFW material. Also looks at addiction, age and gender influence.

Source: Siteopia, Visual.ly




Moms And Social Media In 2012 – Infographic

This infographic provides an extensive view on the social media use of American moms.

Source: Statista


Twitter, Facebook and Social Media in the Arab World – Infographic

Social media has been often touted for the role it played in the popular uprisings that have spread across the Arab world since December 2010. Despite the buzz, you may be surprised that only 0.26% of the Egyptian population, 0.1% of the Tunisian population and 0.04% of the Syrian population are active on Twitter.

Of all the countries in North Africa and the Middle East, Twitter is most popular in Kuwait, where 8.6% of the population is active users, defined as those who tweet at least once per month. Facebook’s more popular throughout the region. In its most popular country, the U.A.E., some 36.18% of the population is on Facebook.

Khaled ElAhmad (who goes by the Internet alias Shusmo) created these two infographics, exploring Facebook and Twitter trends in the Arab world, using Visual.ly. His data comes from a Dubai School of Government report on Arab Social Media…Read More

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Source: Visual.ly

Source: Visual.ly