Top 20 infographics for Social Media 2011 – part 2 of 4
Welcome to part 2 of our infographic countdown showing the best examples of Social Media infographics in 2011. 15 -10 are shown in order of how clearly and concisely they present the data, and how visually appealing they are.
15. Politics as Usual
Digg’s new goal is to issue metrics on a monthly basis to share what it’s learning from Digg Newsrooms. This infographic details metrics that include insights into hot topics in the Digg political newsroom, what people are reading and sharing, and the most popular referral sites for the month of Oct 2011.
14. The Reddit Invasion
Reddit joined the social media world in 2005 and developed into one of the biggest and most popular news and content syndicated applications on the Internet. This design explores the different content on Reddit, and what makes it different from its history, community, and different types of redditors.
13. The Value of Being LinkedIn
LinkedIn has continued to be one of the fastest growing Social Networks, and while its numbers cannot match Facebook or Twitter, it caters to business professionals like no other. This infographic clearly shows its growth, influence and reputation.
12. The Rise of Social Networking Ad Spending
This infographic breaks down where social media dollars are being spent. It shows forecasts for social ad revenue in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 along with some great stats, e.g. Facebook now has 50% of the world’s social media ad revenue at $1.76 billion in 2010, that’s up 165% from 2009, while reducing MySpace’s market share from 32% in 2009 to just 19% in 2010.