Print Versus Social Media (Infographic)

I was intrigued to discover this infographic!

Yes, social media impressions are cheaper but how different the impact is? A new survey from the Pew Research Center reports that only of 16% of U.S. adults use Twitter. That’s still not a lot!

Living in our Twitter and Google Plus worlds, we may be missing the point: For many people the REAL world of paper books and printed media still exists. Continue reading

The Boom of Social Media

Continuing the topic of social media madness (which we started with “The Periodic Table of Social Media Sites“): which social media sites do you know? If you ever come across the quiz like that, this social media timeline will guarantee you a win.

From biggest players (Facebook and Twitter) to international social media sites (like, this infographic perfectly visualizes all of them!

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Twitter and Its Growth

Twitter is still one of the fastest-growing social media outlets available today, with more than 1.5 Twitter accounts being registered on the site each second! More than 135,000 users are registered daily on Twitter, with a total of 9,100 tweets being sent out from individuals all around the world each second. Twitter boasts more than 58 million tweets being sent out online each day, along with 24,000 searches entered per second when users are on the site. In total, users search more than 2.1 billion queries on Twitter alone every day. Continue reading

The Most Annoying Users of Facebook

The Most Annoying Users of Facebook

With facebook’s 10th birthday approaching, the social networking site seems on the surface of it to be as popular as ever, however underlying gripes are starting to creep in amongst its users. Aside from the significant increase in adverts appearing in and around the news feed, there are also numerous reports of people being fed up with the way their so called friends use facebook. Continue reading

When Is a Social Media Startup Out Of The Startup Phase?

Those who are looking to create a startup, or who have one already in progress, tend to have a lot of questions. Most are related to the process of launching itself, such as getting funding, marketing, analyzing data, targeting demographics, development based on demand, ect. All of which are very important parts of running a startup that will remain viable enough to become more.

But only those startups that are beginning to grow will ask the most basic question of all: when does a startup move out of the startup stage and become a company? Continue reading