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[infographie] L’évolution du rapport entre les adolescents et les médias sociaux. Nous avons déjà évoqué la vision que Mark Zuckerberg a de Facebook; plutôt qu’un site « cool », il vaut que Facebook soit une nécessité de base et non pas un effet de mode.

[infographie] L’évolution du rapport entre les adolescents et les médias sociaux

C’est une façon de contrer les critiques dont fait l’objet Facebook depuis quelques mois, suggérant que les adolescents n’aiment plus Facebook et qu’ils s’en éloignent. Facebook reste pourtant largement majoritaire en terme d’usage, y compris auprès des adolescents. On constate cependant une évolution dans leur rapport à Facebook; c’est sans doute la suite logique pour un usage des réseaux sociaux qui devient plus mature.

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[Slideshare] Les faits et chiffres sur le futur de l’innovation

La société allemande SAP, spécialiste des logiciels de business operating, a recensé 99 citations qu’il pourrait être utile de tenir compte à l’avenir pour innover. Ces faits sont extraits de rapports, d’études de cabinets ou directement de propos tenus par des personnalités. 84% of Smartphone Owners Use Apps While Getting Ready in the Morning. What do you do first in the morning?

84% of Smartphone Owners Use Apps While Getting Ready in the Morning

Take a shower, go for a jog or brew coffee? Chances are, you have your getting-ready ritual down to a science. For 84% of smartphone owners, that routine consists of using an app — whether for checking the weather, social media or the news. Statista's chart, which uses SOATSA data based on a random survey of 2,000 Americans, shows the percentage of smartphone users who utilize different types of apps in the morning. The most popular option was checking email. Have something to add to this story? Image: iStock, Sergeeva. L'info à partager. The Nielsen Brief – Issue #4. Mobile phone history got itself a new milestone this year: Smartphone owners became the majority of mobile phone users for the first time ever, growing from 49 percent in Q1 2012 to 56 percent by Q3 2012.

The Nielsen Brief – Issue #4

As far as online brands are concerned, Google remained the top Web brand, with a monthly average 172 million unique visitors for the firs ten months of 2012, followed by Facebook, with an average of 153 million visits each month. Now, for a quick overview of the main indicators communicated by Nielsen for 2012: (October 2013) By The Numbers: 44 Amazing Twitter Stats. 51 Amazing Facebook Stats You Need to Know (October 2013) 78% of Twitter's Users Are Outside the U.S. Facebook subit 100 fois plus de spams que les autres réseaux sociaux. [infographie] Les chiffres impressionnants de l’utilisation du Facebook Login. 29% des américains se connectent à Facebook chaque jour depuis leur lieu de travail. 20% of Americans Can't Access Facebook at Work. American employers who block websites in an attempt to boost productivity at work are most likely to start with Facebook.

20% of Americans Can't Access Facebook at Work

One in five Americans can't access the social media site while at work. Twitter is a close second, with 15.1% reportedly blocking the site. Using data from an extensive workplace survey conducted among 1,021 half-time and full-time employees in the U.S., this chart from Statista shows which websites and services are blocked at workplaces by employers. Surprised by any of these blocked sites? Want to gripe about your company's policy? Creative Commons, Phil Whitehouse. 60 Informative Social Networking and Social Media Infographics. Infographics have become the method of choice to communicate data, facts, figures and statistics about a given topic.

60 Informative Social Networking and Social Media Infographics

Social media has fueled their growth and popularity, and there have been a large number of social media infographics created over the past year. Whether you’re interested in analyzing the growth and history of social networking, or you want to break down a given social network and analyze it, there are plenty of social networking infographics to provide all the data you could need, in an easy to read format. We’ve gathered up 60 informative social networking infographics and social media infographics that will show you the differences, growth and social network demographics, as well as the rise in social media advertising spending, social media addiction, and where the blogosphere may be headed next.

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