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Sharing Photos, Watching Videos And Social Media – What Do YOU Do Online? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Sharing Photos, Watching Videos And Social Media - What Do YOU Do Online? [INFOGRAPHIC]

What do you do online?

In just a few years this has become quite an expansive question. Because, when you start to really think about it, it’s very likely that you do an awful lot online. Indeed, being “online” is now such a constant part of your day that it’s effectively become the norm. Perhaps a better question, circa 2013, is, “What do you do offline?”

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Twitter, Facebook, Apps – Is Digital Clutter Taking Over Your Life? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that the average Twitter user has 126 followers, but only 35 percent of these are actual people?

The rest? Brands, bots and spam. Collectively, Twitter sees hundreds of millions of tweets sent from its users each and every day, but this electronic impact isn’t limited to just one micro-blogging network. Facebook, email, YouTube, photos, financial information and all that personal data on your mobile and home computer adds up to a veritable mountain-load of internet content… all of which makes up your digital existence.

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The Past, Present And Future Of Personal Tech [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that while more than two billion people are privileged enough to live in a location that affords them the technological resources to access the internet, this represents less than a third of the global population?

So what happens when everybody gets online?

It’s a sentiment that hasn’t gone unnoticed. In his 2012 address to the Mobile World Congress, Google’s Eric Schmidt proposed this very notion. “For most people the digital revolution has not arrived yet,” he said. “Every revolution begins with a small group of people. Imagine how much better it would be with another five billion people online.”

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How Do People Spend Their Time Online? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that social networking is now the most popular online activity, with users spending more than one fifth (22 percent) of their time engaging on channels such as Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest?

When you consider that the global online population now exceeds two billion, and that the average U.S. internet user spends 32 hours online each and every month, that’s a lot of time devoted to tweets, Likes and pins.

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