Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy

A Couple of Social Media Statistics to Blow Your Mind

My friend Whit just sent me this video, thanks Whit. Have you seen it yet? What do you think?

It seems fitting since I am leaving to Seattle tomorrow to attend Gnomedex. Will I see you there?

Dave

http://www.davemadethat.com

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  • ukoonto

    Social Media is undoubtfully very powerfull and is here to stay, but I think a lot of the stats are either only related to the US or maybe not even true. 35% of all Amazon Book sales are for the kindle? That to me sounds shifty. Even Kindle users say they barely know anyone else that uses one. xy% of companies use linkedin to hire people? That also sounds like a US stat to me.

    Nontheless, it's pretty fascinating. I hope we can just figure out in the future of how not to forget the people behind the technology. I don't want to become a tech controlled freak, that does not know how to have meaningfull relationships in real life.

  • Alas i won't be Gnome-ing this year but tresut you'll manage to come up with enough fun to compensate. Be sure to shout a hurrah for Amber Case and Jay & Leah's prezos for me.

    More social media viewing than p0rn … Hmmmm… Does that include social pRon?

  • gauravM

    Nice post. Social media is definitely powerfull & here to stay. I like ur post. thanks for sharing.

  • Ha! For sure.
    It's true about some stats not being accurate. Many have likely
    changed since the video was uploaded to YouTube.

    D

  • benatmediacurves1

    MediaCurves.com conducted a study on 267 Americans that found a vast majority of Americans (87%) reported that they currently use a social networking site. Facebook ranks at the top of the list, with 74% of respondents indicating that they are currently signed up for the site. Less than half of Americans (42%) indicated that they use MySpace, compared to one-third (34%) who reported that they use Twitter and 15% who reported using LinkedIn. More in depth results can be seen at:
    http://www.mediacurves.com/NationalMediaFocus/J
    Thanks,
    Ben

  • Love the collection and presentation of information. How do I start a conversation about permission to use this (or parts of it) as part of a larger presentation to colleagues at work?

  • It's on YouTube, just click it and share it.

    If you're going to edit it I recommend contacting the original producer.

    Hope that helps.

    D

  • Love the collection and presentation of information. How do I start a conversation about permission to use this (or parts of it) as part of a larger presentation to colleagues at work?

  • It's on YouTube, just click it and share it.

    If you're going to edit it I recommend contacting the original producer.

    Hope that helps.

    D

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