Pourquoi on est sur Facebook, le Brésil sur Orkut, Taïwan sur Plurk

Facebook en France : 20 millions d'utilisateurs actifs . Twitter : 3,3 millions d'utilisateurs dans l'Hexagone. Les deux géants américains du réseau social dominent le paysage internet français. Pourquoi on est sur Facebook, le Brésil sur Orkut, Taïwan sur Plurk
Twitter Reaches 200 Million Accounts [INFOGRAPHIC]
Carte du Monde des réseaux sociaux : Facebook domine Facebook gagne toujours du terrain au niveau mondial, même s’il en a perdu récemment en Amérique du Nord. Avec ses 700 millions d’utilisateurs et sa domination dans 119 pays (sur 134 analysés ici), le bleu du réseau social couvre les deux tiers de la surface du globe. Ci-dessous une animation qui représente l’évolution depuis 2009 : Pour établir le classement des pays dans lesquels un réseau social en particulier domine, le blogueur italien Vincenzo Cosenza a utilisé Google Trends for Websites et Alexa. [source : vincos.it] Carte du Monde des réseaux sociaux : Facebook domine
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Quel est le meilleur jour/heure pour poster sur Facebook et Twitter ? [infographie]
Il Social Media Marketing lo amiamo, lo odiamo, lo analizziamo e lo studiamo. Usiamo i suoi strumenti per gioco, per entusiasmo, per diletto o perché “dobbiamo esserci perché ci sono tutti”. Usiamo i social network per svago ma anche per lavoro. Perché allora non dare un merito a questa disciplina? E’ entrata di forza nelle nostre vite quotidiane, cambiando i nostri comportamenti e anche il nostro modo di lavorare. Per questo, abbiamo pensato e realizzato un’infografica per dar merito a questa branca del marketing cosi affascinante e in continua evoluzione. La tavola periodica del Social Media Marketing [Infografica La tavola periodica del Social Media Marketing [Infografica
How the World Uses Social Networks [INFOGRAPHIC]

How the World Uses Social Networks [INFOGRAPHIC]

Social networks in every country might live on the same Internet, but that doesn't prevent differences in online customs and culture from developing along geographic borders. Ongoing market research service Global Web Index has mapped these differences in the infographic above (click it to enlarge). The research, run by London-based consultancy Trendstream, has conducted six waves of surveys about global consumer adoption of the Internet and social media in 36 markets. It used data from its February 2011 surveys of between 750 and 2,000 online users in each market to define three behavior types: messagers, groupers and content sharers. In some countries, many of them Asian, most people were focused on content sharing.
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Social Media Strategy for Nonprofits and Businesses

Social Media Strategy for Nonprofits and Businesses

Developing a syllabus for Social Media Strategy is extremely challenging. There are new books coming out every day, and it's difficult to keep up. There's a lot of so-called "required reading" for professionals in the field, for nonprofit connectors, and for social media change-makers.

Nonprofit Tech 2.0 Blog :: A Social Media Guide for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech 2.0 Blog :: A Social Media Guide for Nonprofits Public Interest Registry – the not-for-profit operator of the .org domain – has launched the first registration phase, known as the Sunrise Period (beginning April 22), for three new Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs). Qualified domain trademark holders can now submit applications for each of these three new This week Twitter began its roll out of a new Twitter Profile design and at any moment your nonprofit’s Twitter Profile could have a completely different look and functionality. The new design is obviously more visual, but it also places more emphasis on the content that your
Meet Duolingo, Google’s Next Acquisition Target; Learn A Language, Help The Web Meet Duolingo, Google’s Next Acquisition Target; Learn A Language, Help The Web In 2005, then-Carnegie Mellon PhD grad student Luis von Ahn had an idea for a game. In one of the first examples of true crowdsourcing, he had people looking at images and labeling them to improve image search. Google acquired ESP Game in 2005 and renamed it Google Image Labeler. In 2007, now-Professor von Ahn had another idea.
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One of my projects over the last few months was to write and get approval for social media staff guidelines for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). I’m sharing them because I hope that they will be useful to other organizations who are working on similar documents. Besides: I wouldn’t have been able to write them without other organizations and companies making their’s available. Social media guidelines for IFRC staff Social media staff guidelines for the International Red Cross Red Crescent (IFRC) : Social Media 4 Good