This chart shows changes in newspaper circulation and advertising revenue between 2008 and 2012.
This chart shows Google's advertising revenue since 2004 compared to print ad revenues of U.S. newspapers and magazines.
This chart shows key metrics of social media channels as a source of e-commerce traffic. The averages are based on data from 689 million shopping sessions that took place in the United States between January and August 2012.
This chart shows advertising revenue growth of Facebook and Google prior to and immediately after going public.
This graphic charts the financial losses suffered by victims of Internet crimes in the United States in 2014.
This chart shows the percentage who like/dislike presidential campaign logos, regardless of whether they like the candidate.
This chart shows the percentage of people in the UK giving their thoughts on what should happen to their Facebook page after they die.
- Who may use the "Chart of the Day"?
- The Statista "Chart of the Day", made available under the Creative Commons License CC BY-ND 3.0, may be used and displayed without charge by all commercial and non-commercial websites. Use is, however, only permitted with proper attribution to Statista.
- Which topics are covered by the "Chart of the Day"?
- The Statista "Chart of the Day" currently focuses on two sectors: "Media and Technology", updated daily and featuring the latest statistics from the media, internet, telecommunications and consumer electronics industries; and "Economy and Society", which inlcudes current data from the United States and around the world relating to economic and political issues as well as sports and entertainment.
- Can Statista create customized charts?
Absolutely! For information on tailor-made and sector-specific
Charts of the Day, please contact Jan Ahrens