On the 10th anniversary of the professional network, LinkedIn has published an infographic that profiles its growing user base of affluent, educated, and — if you ask them — influential users. LinkedIn members in the U.S. have an average household income of $83,000 per year and twice the purchasing power of the average U.S. consumer, the company said.
Millennials, or young people who have never known a world without Internet technology, have already begun to see how online social networking behavior can come home to roost during a job search. Some behaviors are beginning to shift as a result, but some users still fail to take necessary precautions, according to a McAfee infographic.
Two dance crazes swept the internet in the last year: Psy’s “Gangnam Style,” a highly polished music video with an international flavor; and “The Harlem Shake,” a low-budget nerd-fest that had nothing to do with the titular neighborhood, but was fun to watch. Both were insanely popular and parodied many times over. This infographic from UK-based agency Face compares the two memes and shows how the videos spread over social media.
8coupons, the go-to place for local deals, has scoured the kingdom of local commerce and defined the “Houses” of local commerce in a truly majestic chart. Notable inclusions include the myriad of options for virtual wallets and the ubiquity Apple-led operations. Below that, we included links to all of the business mentioned.
Brands love Pinterest because its community seems so willing to promote their content. According to a new infographic from visual analytics firm Curalate, 70 percent of brand engagement comes from fans rather than the company itself. The company has also nailed down the single-best time for companies in several different sectors to pin their content to let the magic happen.
Online collaboration, and specifically project management, are growing. LiquidPlanner has put together this infographic to help companies make sure they do it right.
T-Mobile and DISH are the most responsive U.S. businesses on Facebook, according to the results of Socialbakers’ first quarterly report for 2013. This chart ranks the top 10 brands for customer service by response time and rate relative to the number of fans.
This infographic tells the life story of Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs in a series of photographs that retrace his steps from his birthplace in San Francisco to his final resting place in Alta Mesa.
According to a data-rich infographic from Rich Relevance, Facebook’s share of referrals to e-commerce sites is waning, while Pinterest’s continues to grow. And, users who drop in from Pinterest spend more.
App analytics upstart App Annie put together a good-looking infographic that conveys that Amazon’s app store has a lot of catching up to do relative to the Google and Apple stores, but plenty of ropes to grab to help it get there.