This chart shows the lobbying expenditure of high-profile tech companies in the United States.
This chart shows that Instagram has leapfrogged Facebook and Twitter as the most important social network for teens in the United States.
This chart shows the percentage of time spent on social networks in the United States, by platform.
This chart shows the proportion of time users of social networks spent on mobile devices and desktop PCs.
This chart illustrates how many people use social networks to get news.
This chart shows the value of selected tech company acquisitions (in billion U.S. dollars).
This chart shows global mobile advertising revenues from 2012 to 2014.
This chart shows the results of a Socialbakers survey among 500+ marketers regarding their company’s adoption of social networks as advertising platforms.
This chart shows that brands shouldn’t overdo it with hashtags when they post something on Facebook.
This chart shows engagement metrics for visitors of newspaper websites coming from different sources.
This chart shows the percentage of small businesses using the following in 2013.
This chart illustrates the declining organic reach of brands' Facebook posts.
This chart illustrates how universal the reach of companies such as Google, Facebook or Yahoo is in the mobile web.
This chart shows the highest paying companies for interns in the United States in 2014.
This chart illustrates that Twitter's user growth is decelerating rather quickly.
This chart shows how much an average user uses WhatsApp per month.
This chart compares how highly users of different social networks / messaging services are valued.
This chart compares Facebook's acquisition of WhatsApp with other high-profile tech takeovers.
This chart illustrates WhatsApp's impressive user growth. The messaging app reached 430 million active users in January 2014, up from just 200 million less than a year ago.
This chart shows how many U.S. internet users in a committed relationship share an email account, a social networking profile or their online passwords with their partner.
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