Why People Unfollow Brands On Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn?

The folks at BuzzStream and Fractl conducted a survey with more than 900 respondents to better understand why people unfollow brands on social networks. And the infographic below, titled The Unfollow Algorithm, illustrates what they found. Here's are some key highlights: On Facebook, 25 percent said that they unfollowed a brand's official social media account …

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2015 Worldwide Trends and Data for Digital, Social and Mobile [Global + 30 Country Reports]

The wonderful folks at GlobalWebIndex have been great partners to WeAreSocial over the years, most recently helping them to put together a superlative report on digital stats from around the world. Look through We Are Social’s comprehensive new Digital, Social and Mobile Worldwide in 2015 report, and it’s clear why fast-growth markets are now so important to digital and …

5 Things You Should NEVER Do on Social Media

Let's try to be creative during this summer! Here's an handy infographic I made for you, take a look while you relax on a sunny beach, sit on a train in your road trip or wherever you're enjoying your vacation. If you find yourself doing one of those things... let's try to change before your …

LinkedIn Statistics: number of Users and Penetration [July 2014]

On Socialbakers.com you can find LinkedIn Statistics from all their 292,359,048 users. You can track and monitor the daily LinkedIn user growth and see the daily reports of this social network’s demographics. Let's take a look at the distribution of LinkedIn user across the world: US clearly dominates the scene, followed by densely-populated country such …

Teens heavily use Facebook, Instagram more often than Snapchat

One of the most pressing questions about Facebook’s future revolves around teen usage. However, a new study by Forrester shows that maybe teens don’t hate Facebook after all. Forrester surveyed more than 4,500 U.S. online users between 12 and 17 about their habits on social networks and apps. Among apps they use “all the time,” both Facebook and …