This infographic by Website-Monitoring.com compiles the numbers driving LinkedIn’s success.
Some 46% of US consumers aged 20-40 believe that in-store prices are higher than those available online, while another 23% think prices are about the same.
It’s more expensive to conduct market research in the US than in any other country in the world.
The US was the top country, with more than 6.8 million small-business professionals. The UK and India were the next most popular countries, with 1.06 million and 1.01 million professionals.
This infographic illustrates the world’s most in-demand employers by category and region.
Mercer’s 2012 Cost of Living Survey provides a look at how the cost of common items for an expatriate worker varies dramatically in cities around the world.
Asked whether they would prefer to use a mobile website or application when shopping on a mobile device, 61% of survey respondents from the US chose a mobile website, while an even larger share (68%) of UK respondents expressed the same preference.
In April 2011 Pitney Bowes found that only 13% of SMBs in Canada were using social media very often, while 52% of SMBs were not using social media at all.
According to a September 2012 GlobalWebIndex report, there were 11.7 million active Twitter users in Mexico during Q2 of this year.
Growth in Facebook users will follow a similar pattern. eMarketer forecasts that Facebook will have nearly 826 million users around the world this year.