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Who Are The Top Internet Retailers On Facebook, Twitter, Google+ And Pinterest? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 96 percent of the top 250 internet retailers have a presence on Twitter, and command an average follower count of 57,097?

These impressive numbers are only bettered by Facebook, which has a slight edge over Twitter in overall usage (97 percent) but dwarfs the micro-blobbing network in audience size. The top Facebook-using internet retailers average almost one million fans a piece, and some 43 retailer Facebook Pages have more than a million Likes.

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Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest And The Future Of The Social Customer [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that social commerce sales should total £5.67 billion ($9.2 billion) this year, and are expected to climb to £8.81 billion ($14.25 billion) in 2013?

Along the way, consumers shopping online will expand some 15 percent, from 167 million in 2012 to 192 million by 2016, spending an average of £1,094.07 (about $1,800) per person per year. Overall, online shoppers are tipped to generate over two hundred billion pounds of revenue annually in just four years.

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The Marketer’s Guide To Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

For the third consecutive year, CMO.com have released their CMO’s (Chief Marketing Officer’s) Guide To The Social Landscape.

Five new members have made the roster this year, including Pinterest and Google+.

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Twitter, Facebook And The 2012 Olympics – The First Social Games [INFOGRAPHIC]

This summer’s Olympics will take place in London from July 27 through August 12, and some 10,500 athletes from an estimated 204 nations will compete in 302 events over 26 different sports.

Officially known as the Games of the XXX Olympiad, the thirtieth edition of the modern games, this year’s event is being branded by many as the first social games. And when you consider the growth of Twitter and Facebook since the last summer Olympics in 2008, it’s easy to see why.

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Employers Favour Facebook, LinkedIn Over Twitter For Sourcing Job Candidates [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that 37 percent of employers are now using social networking sites to research job candidates?

Furthermore, while another 11 percent aren’t using social media to identify potential employees right now, they plan to do so in the future.

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How Social Media Is Replacing Traditional Journalism As A News Source [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that nearly half of all Americans receive some form of local news via a mobile device, and 46 percent of them get their news online at least three times a week?

Online newspapers officially surpassed their print counterparts in ad revenue in 2010, and digital media has continued to make major inroads ever since. Social media is now one of the top three news sources, commanding an impressive 27.8 percent of the market, and it’s catching up with the traditional newspaper… fast.

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How Are Marketers Using Social Media In 2012? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Are you using social media to promote your business in 2012?

You’re not alone. More than eight out of ten marketers are now using channels such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to raise brand awareness, build communities and drive sales, and a full one third of these professionals invest 11 or more hours each and every week into their social marketing efforts.

All of which raises a couple of important questions: where are they targeting these resources, and what are the benefits?

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Facebook, Twitter, Google+ & LinkedIn – Fast-Track Your Way To Social Media Expertise [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social media is a term that we throw about fairly lightly, as it’s oh-so-easy to group all the major networks under one convenient hat. But the reality is that Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn are all quite different, with each offering distinctive pros – and cons – for business professionals.

However, one thing is very true, and always has been: research pays. By making yourself an expert on each of these platforms, you can equip your brand to make better decisions on which of these mediums is right for you (and, as importantly, when), empowering your marketing division and strengthening your relationship with clients.

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Social Economics 101 – What Are All Those Tweets, Likes And Pins Actually Worth? [INFOGRAPHIC]

What’s the value of a tweet or a Like? Does a check-in have any legitimate worth to a business? Can you put a price on a userbase – even in the early stages of a network’s development?

Social media is still in its infancy, and valuing not much more than 10 years of data isn’t perhaps as straightforward as it sounds. Using publicly-available information, Backupify looked at Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Path and others to determine which of these companies, and their social media actions therein, have the greatest value.

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Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn And The Social Media Bill Of Rights [INFOGRAPHIC]

As social media further integrates itself into our everyday lives, we, all of us, are increasingly sharing more and more information about ourselves, both personal and professional, within these channels.

This is, for the most part, a good thing, as it connects the world, and empowers citizens and customers to make better decisions. But for many people privacy is still of utmost importance, and access to our personal profiles, certainly from employees and educational bodies, is something that we should absolutely be able to limit and control. But is that reality?

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