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    • Facebook

      * 75 percent of Brand ‘Likes’ on Facebook come from advertisements. (Mashable)

      * More than 250 million people use Facebook Connect every month. (Facebook)

      * College-aged kids (18-24) made up the fastest growing segment of users on Facebook in 2010. (AllFacebook.com)

      * Chicago was the fastest growing city on Facebook in terms of usage in 2010 (Houston was a close second). (AllFacebook.com)

      * During the average 20-minute period in 2010, there were: 1,5870,000 wall posts, 2,716,000 photos uploaded and 10,208,000 comments posted. (AllFacebook.com)

      * Indonesia has the second largest population on Facebook http://bit.ly/gBbMrL

      Twitter

      * Since April, Twitter has gained 40 million users and a 62 percent increase in mobile use of the platform (Source: ClickZ)

      * From December 2009 to December 2010, users with a biography listed on Twitter increased from 31 percent to 69 percent. (Pew)

      * Friday at 4 p.m. ET: The most retweetable day/time of the week. (via Dan Zarella and HubSpot)

      * 48%: The percentage of Twitter users that either never or rarely check Twitter. (The Next Web).

      General

      * The average American Internet user watches 30 minutes of video online per day [40 percent increase over 2009] (comScore) Compared to 5 hours of television per day

      * 22 percent of Fortune 500 companies now have a public-facing blog that has at least one post in the past 12 months (comScore)

      * 4 percent of adults on the Internet use location-based services (Pew Internet Research)

      * Social networking site usage grew 88 percent among Internet users aged 55-64 between April 2009 and May 2010 (Pew Research)

      * In 2009, social gamers bought $2.2 billion in virtual goods; Predicted to increase to $6 billion by 2013. (NPD Group)

      * 75 percent: The percentage of U.S. iPad users that are interested in seeing videos within magazine ads on their iPad. (eMarketer via David Erickson)

      * The change in social media use among Baby Boomers 55-64 rose from 9% in Dec. 2008 to 43% in Dec. 2010 (Marketingcharts.com via David Erickson)

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    • Facebook:

      ·  Facebook has more than 500 million “active” users worldwide.

      ·  People spend over 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook.

      ·  The average Facebook user is connected to 80 community pages, groups and events.

      ·  More than 30 billion pieces of content (web links, news stories, blog posts, notes, photo albums, etc.) shared each month on Facebook. Your content should be among these!

      ·  Every month, more than 250 million people engage with Facebook on external websites. I “Like” this!

      ·  There are more than 200 million active users currently accessing Facebook through their mobile devices. Can your website be viewed on a mobile device? Have you tried viewing it on your own smart phone?

      ·  Being mobile-compatible is important because people that use Facebook on their mobile devices are twice as active on Facebook than non-mobile users!

      ·  And here’s an interesting fact… About 70% of Facebook users are outside the United States. Is your business global?

      Twitter:

      ·  eMarketer estimates 20.6 million US adults will access a Twitter account at least monthly this year.

      ·  There are 200 million Twitter users around the world.

      ·  Twitter now comes in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.

      ·  95M tweets are written per day (Sept. 2010)

      Linked In:

      ·  LinkedIn has crossed the 100 million user milestone.

      ·  LinkedIn said that it is adding 1 million new members every week, which equates to one new member every second. This is astounding to me!

      ·  LinkedIn now has presence in 200 countries and territories around the world, with 56 million of the 100 million users being from outside the US. Another reason to make sure your business is part of the global market!

      ·  On LinkedIn, there are 997,000 teachers, 1,030 chocolatiers, 74 Elvis tribute artists and 1 Martini Whisperer.

      Wikipedia:

      ·  Over 18 million articles have been written collaboratively by volunteers.

      ·  Wikipedia ranks seventh among all websites on Alexa and having 365 million readers.

      ·  For the first time in January 2011, Wikipedia cracked the top ten list of the most popular websites in the United States, according to comScore Networks Inc. With 42.9 million unique visitors and rank #9, Wikipedia surpassed New York Times (#10) and Apple Inc. (#11).

      You Tube:

      ·  35 hours of video are uploaded every minute.

      ·  70% of YouTube traffic comes from outside the US.

      ·  YouTube is localized in 25 countries across 43 languages.

      ·  YouTube’s demographic is broad: 18-54 years old.

      ·  YouTube reached over 700 billion playbacks in 2010.

      ·  Over 4 million people are connected and auto-sharing to at least one social network.

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    • Twitter

      In January 2010 Twitter had 75 million user accounts, but only 15 million used the site regularly. This resulted in 27 million Tweets per day.

      Now, there are more than 175 million registered Twitter users. How many of these are regular users is unclear, but the number of Tweets per day has rocketed to 95 million – an increase of 250 percent.

      LinkedIn

      LinkedIn has grown by an impressive 100 percent from last year, it now has over 100 million users across the globe. Interestingly, 56% of these users are from outside of the US.

      Facebook

      The ever-growing behemoth that is Facebook has shown some impressive growth over the last year.

      Back in January 2010, the site had 350 million active users across the globe, it now has in excess of 640 million – half of which login daily. Based on this figure, Facebook has seen a 40 percent increase in daily usage over the past 12 months.

      Users accessing Facebook via their mobile device has grown by over 200 percent. In early 2010 the figure was around 65 million, it now stands upwards of 200 million. This figure evidently reflects the rise in mobile and tablet usage around the globe. Interestingly, those who access Facebook via their mobile device are proven to be twice as active as those who don’t.

      People are sharing more content on Facebook now too. On average, there are more than 7 billion pieces of content shared on the site weekly. This figure has risen from last year, when it was 3.5 billion.

      As Facebook continues to expand on its services, expect more growth for the next 12 months.

      Flickr

      At the start of 2010, Flickr was hosting around 4 billion images.

      Since then it has grown by around 25 percent. By December 2010, the site was hosting more than 5 billion images. This equates to it’s members uploading more than 3,000 images per minute.

      Wikipedia

      Wikipedia is one of the most visited and trusted websites in the world. At the turn of 2010 the site played host to over 14 million articles from over 85,000 different contributors.

      Now, the site has grown to over 17 million articles from 91,000 contributors. That’s a lot of content!

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    • Twitter now officially claims to have 175m registered users, although it’s unclear what percentage regularly user the service. 
    • Officially, Linkedin has grown 100%, now having over 100m professionals who use the platform worldwide.
    • Facebook officially hit the half-billion member mark last year. According to figures from Socialbakers, there are now some 640m Facebook users worldwide.
    • Still citing the 50% active rate, using the official 500m figure, this means at least 250m users every 24 hours. This is more than a 40% increase in 12 months.
    • Flickr continues to grow at a steady rate, having increased by some 25% in the last twelve months. At the end of 2010, it was hosting more than 5bn images.
    • Wikipedia now has more 17m articles. The site now has an army of 91,000 active contributors.
    • It may well be the year of mobile… For Facebook. Users accessing the site through mobile devices now tops 200m – an enormous 200% increase in around a twelve-month period.
    • Clearly, Facebook is still growing: More than 30bn pieces of content is shared each month, which is an average of 7bn pieces a week.
    • Go Europe! There are now 20m+ EU Linkedin members.
    • Twitter now states that 95m tweets are written each day. This is a staggering 250% increase.
    • At the new rate of growth, its calculated that there are nearly 4m tweets per hour.
      • More than 24 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute. 
      • Flickr members upload more than 3,000 images every minute.
      • More than one million companies have LinkedIn Company Pages (formerly known as company profiles).
      • The average Facebook user creates 90 pieces of content each month.
      • There are more than 2bn video views on YouTube every 24 hours. 
      • There were nearly 2bn people searches on Linkedin during 2010.
      • People that use Facebook on their mobile devices are twice as active on Facebook than non-mobile users.
      • People on Facebook install 20m applications every day.
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      • According to Pew, the top three countries in terms of adoption are:

        1. United States – 46%
        2. Poland – 43%
        3. UK – 43%
        4. 70% of the US’ 149 Million Facebook users login daily (Ogilvy)
        5. Facebook is the top visited website, accounting for over 8% of all online visits (Hitwise)
        6. 46% of US small businesses utilize social media in their marketing mix (Vistaprint)
        7. Americans spend 2 hours, 12 minutes per day on Twitter (Experian)
        8. 62.14% of Twitter users are in the US (Sysomos)
        9. 66.93% of iPhone users who utilize Twitter are in the US (Sysomos)
        10. YouTube accounts for 86% of US online video watching, Hulu, the #2 site, receives just 7% (imediaConnection)
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    • It’s common to see brands with hundreds of thousands of followers and friends – clearly the chance for interaction has never been greater. Yet in a recent Twitter survey, 53% of corporate accounts did not ‘humanise’ their brand, 68% had less than 1,000 followers, and 15% were completely inactive – hardly an example of social media best practice!
      • Social media has many powers – to engage, alienate, create mistrust and make us customers for life who will continue to be brand ambassadors for as long as companies value our relationship. A pretty empowering marketing tool then……and therefore it’s rather unsurprising that corporate take-up has been so significant!

        • 79 out of the Fortune 100 are using social media as major channel for their marketing and communications
        • 88% of surveyed US companies say that their budget will increase for social media in 2011
    • Of US companies surveyed in 2011, 100% said that they were placing an increasing importance on social media as a marketing tool.
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