Almost 80 percent of American adults are online, but what exactly are they doing? A new infographic from Flowtown and Column Five reveals the percentage of adult Internet users who are doing everything from social networking to shopping, banking, blogging, chatting, gaming and more.
Today geosocial and location-based services are more popular than ever. People are checking in to wherever they are, using apps to find local restaurants and more. In fact, a study recently conducted by the Pew Research Center found that over a quarter of American Adults are using mobile and social location-based services (LBS). A new infographic from Flowtown and Column Five takes a look at who these users are and how they’re using these services.
A new motion graphic from data visualization and design firm Column Five explores the fine art of infographic design and may make you look at infographics from a whole new perspective.
A new infographic from WOMMA and Column Five Media takes a look at just how important and effective word of mouth marketing is, online and off.
A new infographic from Column Five Media and InboxQ, a service for asking and answering questions on Twitter, explores which people are getting asked the most questions on Twitter.
‘What If Social Media Sites Were Your Neighbors?’ brings together Facebook, Twitter, Turntable.fm, YouTube, Google Plus, Flickr, Wikipedia, Path, Reddit and Myspace and illustrates what it would be like if they all lived in your building. Who would be the noisy neighbor? Who would be the cat lady? And who would live in the dark, murky basement?
A decade ago there was somewhere between 150 to 250 million gamers. Today that number has jumped to between 1 to 1.2 billion gamers, thanks in part to the rise social gaming. A new infographic from Facebook video chat app Rounds and Column Five Media explores this phenomenon—the evolution of social gaming.
A fun new infographic from Column Five explores the obsessive habits that sites like Twitter and Facebook often lead to help you answer the question, ‘Do You Need A Social Media Detox?’