Instagram’s average daily mobile visitors jumped from 886,000 to 7.3 million.
The companies surveyed were most likely to be active on Facebook and Twitter (86% each), followed by YouTube and LinkedIn.
The Association of Magazine Media broke down social network user distribution not only by age, but also by specific social media sites used.
Diffbot found that 15% of photos shared worldwide on Twitter came from Instagram, second only to direct Twitter image-sharing, at 40%.
This infographic from the Pivot Conference looks at the differences in perception between social consumers and social marketer.
Facebook was the most popular social network among all respondents, with 91% using it, and 88% of that group said they location-tagged posts.
In this infographic, Simply Measured illustrates the importance of telling your story with visuals, be they graphics, illustrations, photos or video.
This infographic by AdAge takes a look at the online activity for 2012 presidential election campaign.
Mothers who looked to the web for parenting advice considered blogs to be the most trustworthy social media platform.
Of the top 100 brands, 40% are now on Instagram. The largest social sites that brands adopt are Facebeook & Twitter with 98% and 94% adoption respectively. Google+ is third, with 64% of brands participating.