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Infographic – Social Media Statistics for 2013

10/01/13
By Mike McGrail




13/11/2013 Please note these stats were published at the very end of 2012 with a view to 2013 in mind. They’re now outdated. However, I’ve decided to leave this post live as I don’t want to break people’s links to the info.

Social Media Stats Infographic

Some key nuggets

  • 23% of users check Facebook 5 or more times per day
  • 69% of Twitter follow are due to friend recommendations
  • 56% of customer tweets to brands etc are being ignored – poor show!
  • 34% of marketers have generated leads using Twitter
  • 625,000 people are joining Google + everyday – yet so many ‘experts’ tell people to ignore it…
  • 50% of Pinterest users have children and 80% of users are women

Infographic courtesy of iStrategyLabs

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