Images, videos and infographics were used by 38.2%, 35.9% and 25.7% of respondents, respectively, and additional data suggested these visual assets were of greatest importance to content marketing programs.
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%.
Chart of Tumblr users by age.
Pinterest has been mingling in the range of Tumblr for a while now, and it doesn’t look like the site is losing its attraction anytime soon.
Much-adored microblogging platform Tumblr.com is about to be surpassed in unique visitors by quirky style-wrought upstart Pinterest.com.
In this infographic, Simply Measured illustrates the importance of telling your story with visuals, be they graphics, illustrations, photos or video.
In this infographic, Nielsen takes a look at the digital lives of American moms.
Flowtown created this infographic to demonstrate why Pinterest is so addictive.
Nearly seven in 10 US users of LinkedIn said they used the site for observing without actively posting content, while just 10% used it to share photos or status updates.