Internet Infographics

Interesting Social Media Stats

Interesting Infographic looking at statistics at the most popular social media sites – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. Additionally offers information on social media usage.

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Where’s Google Making Its Money?

This infographic from Wordstream provides information about Google Ad Words and lists the top 20 most keywords in Google AdWords advertising. Interesting but not totally surprising to see who the top three industries are!

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Get More Out of Google – Tips & Tricks For Students

There is a lot more to efficient Googling than you might think: in a recent study on student research skills, 3 out of 4 students couldn’t perform a “well-executed search” on Google. This very informative Infographic provides some beneficial tips to refining searching activity as well as some other great tricks to hunt down that last study you need for your thesis.

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Who Is Actually Using Google+

Sure Google+ has its high profile users such as Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin but what about the average user? This Infographic examines the demographics of Google+ users and just how active they are.

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SEO Salary Guide

The demand for SEO professionals continues to rise across the country, but what markets really provide the best opportunity? The SEO Salary Guide from Onward Search offers a look at what cities have the highest volume of SEO jobs, which titles are in the highest demand, and what the earning potential is for each segment.

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Is Email Dead?

With 188 billion email messages sent each day you might think email is a laggard to other social sharing platforms. We believe that email is here to stay if used the way it’s supposed to be! This infographic from VisibleGains explores the current use of email, as well as what the future may hold for it.

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Google – Behind the Numbers

Crazy to believe how big Google has grown: $29.3 billion in revenue in 2010 with 2011 figures expected to be even larger. This Infographic from BusinessMBA.org shows where that revenue is derived from and even more interesting, how it compares to the GDP of some of the world’s poorest countries.

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