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Social Media Cheat Sheet [Infographic]

A handy Infographic on what Social Media platforms to use, since there are so many. Which is best for your company?  There’s one missing from this list and that is Whatsapp.

The first “experiments” for using this to reach a new public have begun, for instance the Dutch newspaper NRC. This way they want to update their readers with news by sending them a text message through Whatsapp. Will this work? Personally I don’t think so, but we’ll just have to wait and see.

But for al the others this infographic, “Social Media Cheat Sheet (For Users) breaks down the most popular social networks into digestible snippets, describing how they can be utilized, as well as highlighting their pros and cons. Learn how to best leverage each platform & start socializing!”

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(source: Likeable.com)

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Google vs Facebook Facts and Figures [infographic]

The fight between Google and Facebook is always nice to write about, but now it is even nicer with these facts and figures. Even though Facebook is still the lagest social media platform, it is loosing some terrain to new comers such Google +, Vine (owned by Twitter), Snapchat, Kik and Instagram. Mostly the younger kids flock to Instagram (owned by Facebook), for it is more hard for their parents to check up on it what they do.

Facebook has lost some of its cool, the averge user is 38 years old, compare that to Google + were the average age is 28. But than again it has less users (500 million June 2013 Source Wikipedia), who are more active than Facebook users. Which I find interesting seeing as Facebook has  1.15 billion (active March 2013: Source Wikipedia), so this Infographic somewhat outdated user wise and something important is being left out,  Mobile! and this is were Facebook has it most activity! On average  819 million mobile users per month, and the percentage that logs on every day is 79%.

Even though the teens, leave Facebook behind them Google + isn’t  proffeting from it, and Google still has no answer to Instagram or Vine. Still this infographic sums up the difference between the both quit nicely.

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