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Google Plus

Google+, also known as Google Plus, made its official fully public debut on November 12, 2011. This infographic gives detailed statistical information on Google+ with easy to interpret graphics. These statistics include a good look at demographics including factors like income plus statistics broken down by gender and age bracket. There is also a nice bar graph depicting the country of origin for Google+ users with the United States having the majority of users and India having the second highest number of users. The infographic also explores the discrepancy between the number of registered Google+ users and the number of users that are actually using Google+ actively, with only 17% of all registered users being active users. Finally, the infographic presents a new feature called Google+ Pages that, at least initially, shows great promise for the business users of Google+. It also shows how corporate America is staking their claim on Google+. Click to Enlarge Guest post by Datadial.net - London Digital Web Agency
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Infographics Grow in Popularity

Infographics convey factual information in fun, colorful ways. People pass infographics to each other on social media sites both because the information is interesting and because the image itself looks nice on a profile wall. The most popular infographics are related to business statistics. Technology, social media, lifestyles, health and the economy are some other top categories for these graphics. Click to Enlarge The most popular infographic of all time is called "What Are the Odds"? It runs through all of the math pertaining to the odds that any human being could be alive on this planet at any given moment. It was viewed by over 2 million people. Other popular infographics are "How Much Can You Trust a Bearded Man?" and "Why Startups Fail." "Should I Text Him?" is another frequently shared image. The public's growing reliance on social media has changed the way people share information. People want to be comforted by facts that confirm what they already suspect, and they like seeing those facts presented in an aesthetically pleasing way. Image source: Top Marketing Degrees
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