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In An Internet Minute


What People Share On Social Networks: Statistics and Trends

Everyone seems to be sharing their lives on social networks. Some people have accounts on several social networks at the same time! People share many things on their social networks with friends and sometimes even with strangers. Aren’t you curious as to what they share? Check out our infographic, “What People Share On Social Networks” to get the low down on what’s really going on out there, socially speaking!


Video – Social Network

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A great real-time, real-world look at how we connect.

SOCIAL NETWORK from Beomseok Yang on Vimeo.

The State Of Social Media 2013

What a wild year it’s been. You could say that 2013 was the year of social media and you’d be correct. What was once a novelty for people bored and surfing on the ‘net has risen to be an industry in and of itself that companies large and small have embraced around the world as a powerful cornerstone of their marketing initiatives.

In case you got lost in the details of 2013, we’ve laid out all the notable moments of the year, month by month, in this handy infographic.

What was the most notable social media moment in your life in 2013? Let me know in the comments.


Soaring Social

An interesting infogrpahic from the University of San Francisco.

The marketing benefits of social media make it compelling to institute into an online marketing strategy.

Social media has evolved into active engagement with the consumer and has shown to increase a business’s exposure, improve search rankings, generate leads and grow business partnerships. As stated below, 40% of businesses who engage in social media have seen an increase in sales.


17 LinkedIn Profile Must-Haves [infographic]

Linkedin is an online network that allows you to manage your professional identity by networking with potential employers online. All you have to do is make a profile, from there you’ll get to discover new, professional opportunities, all while learning about the latest news, opportunities, and business ventures.  It’s pretty much the young professional’s version of Facebook.

LinkedIn-Perfect-Profile-Tipssource: MaximizeYourSocial