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  • Anders Hansen

    Social Media Infographic: Facebook 2012

  • Reface your Facebook

    In this infographic, we look at the number of active Facebook users around the globe (Asia has the most users, but the U.S. has the largest penetration per population), what they actually do on Facebook (like uploading 250 million photos a day), the games they like to play, and some interesting facts from Facebook's recent IPO filing.

  • Design Infographics

    #SocialMedia #Infographics - Facebook 2012: The Latest on Everybody's Favorite Social Network

  • Sabrina Gibson

    Why Small and Medium business benefits from Social media. Visit Like, comment, Re pin! #socialmaximising

  • AliveNow Inc

    INFOGRAPHIC: Facebook Facts and Figures 2012! #Infographic #Facebook2012

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Facts about Facebook in 2012: - 1 of every 5 of all page views - 845 million monthly active users - 100 billion connections - 250 million photos uploaded daily - 2.7 billion likes every day - 37 million pages with more than 10 likes - 425 million mobile users - 43% male / 57% female - Average of 20 minutes spent per visit - Mark Zuckerberg’s salary from 1st January 2013 will be $1 - Mark Zuckerberg’s personal worth so far amounts to about $24 billion

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From Bullhorn - I don't really agree with the numbers, but I guess when you factor in 'all' business that are using recruiting tools, it might be accurate. Big FAIL is lack of TRAINING!!

How has Facebook and other social media affected our brains? This infographic gives an insight into this phenomenon...

You already know that twitter posts have the shortest lifespan of any social media; then Facebook at an average of about 3 hours on a news feed. Here is an interesting and relevant case for blogging. I would add videos, too. The content from both of these marketing strategies can be out there for months, even years - in perpetuity, in fact. What do you think?


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