This graphic charts the financial losses suffered by victims of Internet crimes in the United States in 2014.
This chart illustrates the growth of advertising spending in hispanic targeted media since 2010.
This chart illustrates the different media preferences of different generations in the United States.
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.
This chart shows the results of the 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer, which gauges the level of trust in different types of institutions around the world.
This chart shows the percentage of Americans who used the following for photography in August 2014.
This chart shows the percentage of traffic to a large sample of websites that comes social media websites.
This chart shows how many times brands' tweets are retweeted on average on different days of the week.
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