This infographic from Uberflip illustrates words that have persuasive power and how they are used in marketing.
While the majority of posts—64.4%—were written in English, a significant portion of influencers communicated in French (16.2% of mentions) and Spanish (11.3%).
18.7% of Hispanics ages 18 to 34 would be interested in receiving advertisements on their mobile devices, compared with 8.5% of non-Hispanics the same age.
Robert Delaney, a reference associate at Long Island University, developed a dialect map that identifies 24 regions of American English.
Latino social networking penetration among internet users reached 68% last year.
A word cloud that illustrates the words sons and daughters use when talking to their fathers.
A word cloud that illustrates the words sons and daughters use when talking to their mothers.
Mothers frequently say be careful or be safe to their boys (but not as often to their girls), with a few don’t forget’s and you need to’s sprinkled in for good measure.
Every day, parents tell their kids to take care and be safe, and even on Facebook stereotypical mothering occurs with sons.