Have you ever wondered who plays the most social games? A new infographic from Flowtown breaks it down. ‘Who Are Social Gamers?’ takes a look at everything from the gender, age, family situation, education, income, employment and more to find out who, exactly, social gamers are.
We’ve made our way into 2012 and as we start the new year with a fresh slate it’s the perfect time to look back and see what we did right (and what we did wrong) over the past 12 months. A fun new infographic from Flowtown, in partnership with Column Five, takes a look at the biggest social media trends and events over the past year and determines which “hit the spot” and which “missed the mark.”
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.
Blogging has come a long way since its beginnings in the ‘90s, with over 156 million public blogs in existence as of February 2011. Everyone is blogging, from moms to techies to artists and politicians, and a fun infographic from Flowtown examines the blogging ecosystem.
Social Advertising Reaching New Heights, a new infographic from Flowtown, explores what companies think of social advertising, how they’re using it and how well it seems to be working for them. Check it out after the jump.
What would social media look like if Bob “Happy Trees” Ross, painter, art instructor and host of The Joy Of Painting, put it on canvas? A fun new infographic from Flowtown called ‘The Joy Of Social Media: How Bob Ross Sees It’ answers this question.
An awesome new infographic from Flowtown takes a look at the world of social media through the eyes of a high school graduating class.
Take a look at their Evolution of the Geek infographic, and see where you fit in on the timeline of Geekdom.
Are your tweets actually being heard? Recent reports indicated 71% of tweets go un-returned, though that doesn’t mean a response was needed. Rumors have it that a few systems are being built to turn tweets into support tickets for companies. Consumer facing corporations are working with agencies and APIs to help sift through consumer issues and find the best way to organize all the masses of information that will set the bar high for Fall 2010. So far there is no single leader for handling consumer issues across the web in one stop, though the internet is a really big place, a few service providers have come close. Three questions companies have been struggling with in social media are about to be answered by early stage start-ups. Watching these ‘new-comers’ will tell us how retailers will leverage channels in upcoming campaigns this winter. Read more