Last week I posted a nice infographic on the latest Twitter facts and figures. Well this week it’s Facebook’s turn thanks to the guys at Edelman…
Here’s an interesting infographic by UK agency Touch which outlines a host of Twitter facts and figures. These stats have a UK focus but the latest data (May, 2011) on Irish Twitter usage from the Ipsos MRBI Social Media Quarterly Survey reveals that Twitter is now used by 11% of the Irish population (up from 7% the previous quarter).
If, like me, you were stuck at work as Barrack Obama stepped up to the podium to address the crowds gathered in Dublin today, then visit this site to read the speech.
You can watch a video of the full speech here.
If you missed the President downing a pint of Guinness in Moneygall, click here.
Edelman have compiled this short animation which gives you a statistical snapshot of Irish people’s use of social media.
My laugh of the day was from an unlikely source…Fine Gael. Fresh from a website hacking incident last week, ‘team Innnda’ is back with a new ‘inspirational’ video and a new poster which I’m considering sticking up on my bedroom wall to put me in a good mood in the mornings…it gave me that much of a laugh.
Fine Gael have kindly made this available in multiple formats – PDF, Twitter image, Facebook image or mobile image – on their site for free!
I wonder where the designers got the idea? Cue Enda Kenny’s “choose hope over fear” speech…
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