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Audit your Friends. Visualize your relationships

on February 8, 2012 by Martina Comments

Over the past year or so I’m sure you’ve seen dozen of social media related infographic. Most of them are pretty interesting and certainly very nicely done. But probably none of those is as beautiful and, I would say, intense, as this project by Colin Pinegar. Read more…

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Is Pinterest The Next Hot Property In Digital Advertising?

on February 7, 2012 by Mark Comments

Pinterest is the hottest thing in social content curation right now and has been billed as one of the top web properties in 2012, even though it still remains invite only. If you want an invite, leave a comment at the end of the article with your email and we’ll invite as many as we can! Read more…

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YouTube – One Hour Per Second

on January 24, 2012 by Martina Comments

Google has launched a sweet little website and an animated video to visualize and put in context some of the incredible numbers of the video social network. Read more…

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The World of Social Media #videoinfographic

on November 29, 2011 by Martina Comments

Oh yes, it’s time to take infographics to the next level. Please enjoy this video infographic that recaps (some of) the key things to know about social media in 2011.

Did you know that in the world there are more Facebook users than motor vehicles? And that the great majority of tweets are only 40 characters long? Oh yes, and watch out 60% of people admits using mobile phones while going to the bathroom. Read more…

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Infographic: Anatomy of an Agency

on October 26, 2011 by Tim Comments

At last someone had the surgical mind to dissect what all our agency bodies are made of. Contrary to the title it is no empiric study but an entertaining look at the daily ‘marketing grind’. Find your own discipline and then share this graphic with your ’91 followers on Twitter’. Read more…

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Sharing on the web. How, when and what time do people do it?

on October 22, 2011 by Mark Comments

Who shares your links? Where? What day and time are people more likely to share? Bookmarking and sharing service AddThis may well have the answers, analyzing five years of sharing data from their 1.2billion users.

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The Most Disruptive Companies in Tech

on October 11, 2011 by Mark Comments

Focus has pulled together an infographic on the most disruptive companies in tech. It should come as little surprise that many of the innovations are cloud-powered, or cloud-dependent. Consider the iPad, for instance. Apple’s the clear leader in the tablet market, and eating away at the traditional computing market. Apple owns more than 68% of the tablet market, and is replacing laptops, e-readers and handheld games. Read more…

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History, facts, emotions and celebrities on Twitter #infographic

on September 30, 2011 by Martina Comments

Twitter is super hot. Among users and among brand marketers. The fact is clearly proved by the amount of infographics that get produced to provide useful snapshots of Twitter related consumer insights and behavioral trends. Today Mashable released a new catchy visual recap on the history and fun facts of the 140-characters social network. And we are super proud to be quoted among the sources they used to compile the infographics. Read more…

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The battle of Twitter vs. Time #infographic

on September 26, 2011 by Martina Comments

Let’s start the week with a good infographic that I bet a lot of you will use to impress colleagues, clients and managers All you need to know about Twitter in a one-pager. When is the best time to tweet? When are the most tweets sent?

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Twittercasting: football, tweets & infographics

on September 23, 2011 by Martina Comments

Watching football on TV is no longer just an experience to enjoy with the friends that are physically in the same room or bar as you are. Over the last year or so Facebook, but most of all Twitter, have added a new dimension to live sports. I don’t know if I can dare calling it “Twittercasting” but the number of people who watch a game on TV and share comments and feelings about it with the rest of the world via Twitter is growing and growing. Read more…

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