Infographic: Interesting Finding about Twitter Users

If you are addicted to the twitter, you will find this infographic from Lab42’s finding is interesting, the information below shows you a more interactive picture of Twitter users – how twitter users use the service, how they decide who to follow and a lot more.

I surprised to see that the number of people who access directly through twitter is so high (64%) compared to mobile (16%) and twitter client (10%).

It is also interesting to see why people follow Brands on Twitter. Take a look.

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Infographic – Mobile, Address Book and Backup Trends

Did you know that 19% of U.S. smart phone users have dropped their phone in the toilet? Or, that 66% of consumers store both professional and personal contacts in the same address book?

Generation Y, however, is more likely to use the cloud and online backup, including backup of contacts.

See below this infographic, the latest study from Plaxo New Mobile Trends, there are some interesting discover.

mobile trends Aug 2011

Infographic – Which CMS Should be the King of Open Source

When comes to the open source platforms, WordPress, Joomla and Drupal are the three top one that many webmasters will look into. When comes to the popularity of CMS, each one of them has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Devious Media has develop an interesting infographic (see below), it shows the detail of each platform, for me, it is pretty clear who is the winner, how about you?

As blogging, it is important to choose the right CMS.

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Infographic – The Best Time Post on Facebook and Twitter

Not sure how accurate these data are, but the info is interesting, from below this infographic, you can see – 80% of the US population is in Central and Eastern time zones, Saturdays are the best day for posting on Facebook and Tweets at 5pm EST get the most RTs.

It is indeed good to know when is the highest percentage of your audience is eavesdropping on your social networks. However, from what I see, Saturday is a day for mostly fluff, funny videos and etc kind of post.

If you’re offering professional content, I think the best days are still during the week, when professionals are browsing Facebook and Twitter.

Stats like these are interesting, but without more specific information on the types of things being shared, I wonder they may just promote some over-generalized view that may not work best for many people. Plus, many of those infographics over the web are US-based stats only. There are not much data shows the measuring SM activity in Europe and Asia etc. The one I know do something like that is SocialBakers – they track and measure stats for Facebook globally.

I see these stories all the time, but it’s important to know and remember that – you must discover what time is best for your audience of fans, don’t just simply go blindly on these reports. Your target audience matters most – where they are located, what type of jobs they have, what you want them to do, what do they like to do? You don’t want to post while they are playing ball games etc. Just be sure to do the legwork and research, chart it out and along with engagement rates!

Data courtesy of Dan Zarrella (@danzarrella).

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Infographic: Internet Security 35 Percent Rise in Concern in U.S.

After surveys 1,005 Americans about multiple dimensions of security (Internet, Financial, National and Personal), the results showed that there a sizable jump in concern in America, in the other words, security fear skyrocketing in the U.S.

According to Unisys, concern about personal security, which comprises personal identity information and actual physical safety, rose by 15.9 percent. 18.4 percent increase in worry over financial security, and the index rose 16.5 percent in about to the national security. When looked at the index reading for Internet security, we can see from below this infographic – there a whopping of 35.1 percent rise, which Unisys calls “a serious level of concern.”

This infographic from Unisys was compiled from data gathered from 1,005 completed interviews of randomly sampled people:

Unisys   Security Infographic

Infographic courtesy Unisys