5 Fabulous Facebook Infographics

There is a rumor circulating that Facebook will be entering into the search market in 2012 to compete head on with Google.5 Facebook Infographics

Just think about it, the benefit would be great for Facebook users as they would not even have to leave their Facebook ecosystem to make a search and would vastly improve the experience of their users.

The relationship between Facebook and Bing is already quite strong and putting Facebook together with Bing (effectively Microsoft, as they own Bing) could create a a social search environment that would threaten Google’s $25 billion in annual search revenues that it collected in 2010.

A Battle Worth Watching

Now that is a battle that will be as compelling to watch as the Google+ and Facebook arm wrestle that is already accelerating the development and evolution of social as features and functions on both platforms are announced almost weekly.

So despite these rumors Facebook is still growing and evolving powered by its nearly 800 million users.

These Facebook infographics look at intriguing facts and figures such as what Faceboook does with the 200,000 of its users who die every year and often asked questions such as should you friend your students on Facebook?

5 Fabulous Facebook Infographics

1. Dead People on Facebook

So what does happen when you die on Facebook? Do you get deleted, archived or just go to Facebook nirvana?

Maybe on Facebook you can’t die you just live forever virtually!

dead people on facebook infographic
Source: All Facebook

2. Reading Professors Like an Open Facebook

How cool is your Professor? Does he tweet and Facebook and does he have his own YouTube channel? This infographic reveals facts including how the college use of social media compares to other industries.

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Via Schools.com

3. Facebook and Teachers: Should you Friend Your Students?

Facebook has provoked many discussions about what is appropriate on a social web and when you mix teachers and students getting it right is sometimes a challenge for some. This infographic reveals some intriguing facts including how many teachers have been fired for inappropriate behavior on Facebook.

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Via:Masters in Teaching.org

4. The Apps Showdown: Facebook vs iPhone vs Android

The Apps market has become an industry in its own right over the last few years and it now extends into Facebook as well as phones.

facebook vs iphone vs android apps showdown
Infographic Brought to you By All Facebook

5. The New Facebook User: Senior Citizens

If there is one thing that Facebook has done that should be applauded is that it has made it compelling and easy for senior citizens to start using computers. This infographic reveals the extent and pace of that adoption.

[Infographic by Assisted Living Facilities]

Which infographic attracted your attention?

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  • Anonymous

    Love these Infographics. 

  • http://twitter.com/loship Lori Shipulski

    I saw a video about Anne D. Krum which is a tribute to her life.  Apparently she passed away March 17, 2009.

  • Sbrogan56

    Great information!  When my brother died last year I really tried to delete his FB account. It seemed kind of macbre to me having it around.  Turns out, his daughters love looking at it from time to time and so, one year later, it is still there.  Also, the infographic that really caught my attention was teachers, employees, etc posting inappropriate comments.  I don’t know why theese people think no one will see it!  My niece is a high school teacher and she has made it a point to never post anything offensive.   Just common sense…

  • Gary

    This topic and the information was amazing, thank you. 

  • Georgina Dritsos

    Great information, very useful, thanks for sharing!

  • http://twitter.com/CraigStewart14 Craig Stewart
  • http://twitter.com/josemoreno8792 Jose Moreno Jr.

    Another good read. Albeit, the Facebook deaths inforgraphic took me by surprise. Great work though.