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Social Media Marketing – 10 Inspiring Infographics

In 2011 social media marketing continued to make its impact on business and brand promotions. Google+ was launched (with an investment of over $500 million in development costs), Twitter became embedded in the new Apple iPhone 4s and Blogging didn’t die.Social Media Marketing - 10 Infographics

Facebook soared past 800 million users and Twitter continued its upward trajectory past 200 million members.

The world’s obsession with anything social online has given marketers access to networks that are instant in response, multi-media rich and ever challenging.

Some Social Network Surprises

Some surprising results and unexpected networks and social media platforms have made their mark this year .

  • Tumblr is now attracting over 90 million unique visitors every month
  • StumbleUpon driving over 50% of all social network traffic
  • YouTube is attracting 50% more views than 2010 and threatening traditional TV advertising and marketing

The role of social media marketing in the spreading  and sharing of content and improving website and blog search engine optimisation has been never more obvious to the professional social media marketer.

Here are some infographics that simplify the presentation of the facts and figures of Facebook, Twittter, LinkedIn, Content and SEO, Tumblr and StumbleUpon and showcase the implications of social media for marketers.

1. The Numbers on Facebook

Are We Obsessed with Facebook?
Via: Online Schools

2. How to Use Twitter

Twitter Marketing Infographic

3. Google+

Google+ Facts and Figures

4. YouTube

YouTube Infographic

5. LinkedIn

LinkedIn Marketing Infographic

6. Inbound Marketing

Inbound Marketing Infographic

7. StumbleUpon

Stumbleupon Marketing Infographic

8. Content Marketing

Content Marketing Infographic

9. Blogging is Not Dying!

Tumblr Infographic

10. Content and SEO

SEO and Content Infographic

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Comments

  • Wow, these are some great statistics. Not sure where you got all the data from, but thank you for a job well done. Very useful in tons of way’s. Thanks for connecting with me on Twitter as well.

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    Truly Inspiring… Interesting Insights!

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  • Liz

    Great charts. We can consider these to be the Spark Notes of social media.

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  • Wonderful. I must write a article that contains one of these translating to text.

  • Anonymous

    It’s amazing how much information can be visually presented in such a small amount of space. They all look like an incredible amount of time went into the design

  • blackrocket2000

    I’m new to this world. Currently have profiles on Google+ and Tumblr. This info is great. It’s worrying that 75% of Google+ are nerds, and mainly male, but I guess that will change. blackrocket2000

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  • Ajay Kumar

    Pretty informative Infographics. Thanks for sharing

  • This just shows how quickly the world responds to advanced technology. Today, social media such as Facebook cater to people of all ages. One great example is my whole family. My parents are on Facebook, and so are my siblings, nieces and nephew. The sharing options within these social media also make everything convenient. With these features, there is no doubt that social hubs will top the rankings. And as for marketing, these social media sites (Facebook and Twitter) are very effective in building strong rapport with their markets. If you have all the gang on Facebook, it would be easier to share to them what’s new about their favorite brands.
     

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  • Great work Jeff. It’s absolutely stunning the impact of social media/new media is having on how people connect (and market). Thanks for putting this together and sharing with us!

  • I look forward to seeing how Pinterest shows up in these stats in the future, because that is how I found this article! Very nice!

  • Rutty_tuyor

    It’s not surprising that Facebook is the number one on the list, as per your post. Practically millions are addicted to it. I enjoyed reading this social media infographic of yours, Jeff. It’s so colorful that bloggers wouldn’t stop reading up to the last bit. There are a lot of good points here, an example of which is “Content and SEO.” I found it very useful and worth sharing.

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  • Awesome Infographics! A Picture is really better than thousand Words… Great info!

  • Kevin Silver

    Hello Jeff,

    firstly thanks for a great column,it’s helping me make head or tail of our third world socio-economic situation here in South Africa but with our first world technology opportunities.

    Fantastic statistical data…wow,we seem to be more Google-centric as an online marketing medium daily….

    i head up a bunch of blokes who sell SEO and websites…in Cape Town,South Africa… where localized search is paramount to our digital marketing success, and the various social media platforms are really in their infancy in usage in our country.

    please keep the good column coming,it’s a great help

    regards

    Kev

  • Kevin Silver

    Hello Jeff,

    firstly thanks for a great column,it’s helping me make head or tail of our third world socio-economic situation here in South Africa but with our first world technology opportunities.

    Fantastic statistical data…wow,we seem to be more Google-centric as an online marketing medium daily….

    i head up a bunch of blokes who sell SEO and websites…in Cape Town,South Africa… where localized search is paramount to our digital marketing success, and the various social media platforms are really in their infancy in usage in our country.

    please keep the good column coming,it’s a great help

    regards

    Kev