Citizen Brando compiled this infographic that traces the origin of the social network to CompuServe in the 1960s and Bulletin Board Systems in the 1970s.
Each day, one billion names are Googled.
49 percent would rather text than call; 30 percent would rather connect with close friends via social sites than traditional methods.
Google+ not only debuted on the index for the first time, but dominated the rankings with a higher customer satisfaction score than YouTube, Pinterest, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
Ninety-two percent of recruiters tap social networks to find new hires, according to the Jobvite 2012 Social Recruiting survey.
Search engine marketing, company websites, email and online ads via third-party websites are the tactics most likely to be measured.
More than a third (35%) of the videos depicted devastating or intensely graphic images.
Almost two-thirds of the most viewed videos on YouTube (64%) were posted by citizens; 36% were posted by organizations.
News organizations produced 51% of these most popular news videos while citizen-produced videos accounted for 39% of the most watched videos, most of which were live eyewitness news moments.
AWeber put together this infographic to illustrate how American teens communicate.