This chart shows the percentage of overall traffic to websites coming from Facebook or Twitter referrals. Next to social referrals, overall traffic includes direct traffic, paid and organic search traffic etc.
This chart shows a breakdown of new HIV infections in 2013, by country.
This chart breaks down smartphone sales in four major markets between March and May 2014, by operating system.
This chart shows how people plan to use their smartphones to follow the world cup.
This chart shows the 10 countries with the highest number of people newly displaced because of violence or conflict in 2013.
This chart compares the monthly data consumption of potential cord-cutters with that of average broadband subscribers in the United States.
This chart shows the reach of social networks among Americans aged 18 to 29 years.
This chart illustrates that Twitter's user growth is decelerating rather quickly.
This chart shows the growth of average time spent per day with major media by U.S. adults.
This chart shows the motivation behind brands' use of Twitter as a marketing tool.
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