Music is a big part of everyone’s life, with 45% of people listening to 10 or more hours of music each week, according to a recent study by Market Research. And social music players like Pandora and Spotify are ruling the airwaves. Online music is exploding. 89% of music revenue in Sweden comes from streaming music. Pandora has 150 million registered users around the world. You might have heard people call the Facebook Ticker the Spotify Ticker, because it was one of the first apps to share over Facebook. Lab42 decided to ask 500 music listeners a series of questionsRead More
Business intelligence company DOMO paired up with Column Five Media to create this infographic, which shows just how much data is generated every minute.
The Internet learning portal Online-Education.net recently culled research and reports from a variety of sources to produce the infographic below taking a look at just how much people share online — and whether that crosses the line of good judgement.
Korean band 2NE1 entertained the crowd and the Twittersphere with its unique pop/hip-hop beats. The performance of their hit song “Can’t Nobody” launched the “2NE1? keyword to the top of Cannes social buzz, where it earned nearly 3,000 mentions.
Do you know FOMO? - it’s Fear Of Missing Out, and something that’s become a recognized thing by many social media users these days. Don’t get too down — you’re not alone with your FOMO. There are other people out there just like you, and they’ve gone public with their problem. The iPhone and Android app TimeRazor, which finds and suggests fun activities in your area, recently pulled research from studies and articles by JWTIntelligence, comScore and The Wall Street Journal to produce the infographic below.
3,500 photos are uploaded to Facebook each second, adding to its behemoth collection of 140 billion photos. That’s 14 times bigger than the next largest photo collection, Photobucket. Research consultants at HighTable have distilled the transition into this snazzy graphic; check it out to see just how snap-happy we’ve become.
Some of us are on a mission to see how many friends we can acquire on Facebook or followers we can grab on Twitter. You can't help but wonder: Are we so busy making new friends and spending time with them online that we are failing to nurture real-world friendships the old fashioned way? Is how we socialize online eroding our real-life relationships? Or maybe just changing them? The online education portal Schools.com recently culled findings from a variety of media and research outlets to create the infographic below, which details the positive and negative ways social media impacts real worldRead More
Khaled ElAhmad (who goes by the Internet alias Shusmo) created these two infographics, exploring Facebook and Twitter trends in the Arab world, using Visual.ly. His data comes from a Dubai School of Government report on Arab Social Media.
The infographic below, based on compiled research from the University of North Carolina’s online MBA program.