Top Trends in Wireless Technology and Communication 2017 #Infographic #Wireless

Communication has been the basis of our civilization. Cave drawings from a million years ago tell us that there exists a primitive human need to convey thought, opinion and emotion. Now, we text, tweet, BBM, Snapchat, and Google… From cave etchings to Twitter, it’s been a fantastic journey. Homing pigeons and marathon men gave way the first telephone and radio, hailing the new era of communication technology that is our world.

Wireless communication, of course, is technology’s most ingenious contribution to humanity. In 1999, when the first wireless compatible devices began to be built, it was an exclusive niche market, but it evolved rapidly into mainstream life -an indispensable part of everyday business. Mobile devices like GPS units and phones have assisted communication from the remotest places on Earth and even space.

Smartphones and wireless devices that double-up as computer systems have aided sharing texts, photos, business-ideas, and work files; and they have clearly improved the productivity of workspaces. Increased internet speeds have made it possible to upload information on ‘virtual clouds,’ from any part of the world, increasing efficiency and introducing new ways of performing many different business tasks. In fact, the world today boasts of 700 million Wi-Fi connected internet users and around 800 million new devices being added every year. We’ve never been more ‘connected.’

An infographic by The Trust Compass.

The Ultimate Timeline of Social Networks #Infographic #SocialMedia

Did you know, that time can be shown as a picture? A timeline is a way of displaying a list of events in chronological order, often used to visualize time lapses between events or updates.

All of our lives these days revolve around social media. Social Media has become a vital part and, knowing the importance in growing one’s own business, it is necessary to have knowledge of what’s happening on your networking sites- the insights and the updates to have a better vision.

Social Networks come up with new updates now and then to create more engagement and maintain the competition, to be better than others. Take a look at the infographic below, where we have collected all the event happenings and updates for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and Snapchat in the year 2016.

An infographic by Social Pilot.

115 Facts You Never Knew About Social Media #Infographic #SocialMedia

The impact that social media have had on people’s private and professional lives is unprecedented compared to any other Internet phenomenon. Social media has changed the way that people meet and engage in the way that business is conducted. The three top social media sites that have influenced modern society are Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Facebook is one of the most popular and influential social media platforms in the world. It is used by 1.59 billion people. Instagram and Twitter have approximately 400 million and 300 million users, respectively.

The highest percentage of Social Media users reside in North America where the social media penetration rate is 59%. This stands to reason as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter were all launched in North America. South America has the second highest social media penetration rate of 50%. This is followed by West Europe and West Asia with 48% each, East Europe and Oceania with 45% and Central America with 40%. The lowest penetration rate of social media is in Central Asia, Africa and South Asia.

To find out 115 facts about social media, take a look at the detailed infographic below. This infographic was created by the team at Skilled.co and users over 30 reliable sources.

An infographic by Skilled.co.

Amazing Twitter Facts You Didn’t Know #Infographic #Twitter

Social media is a platform which has been connecting people and has been bringing them closer for a long time. With just a click you can explore a multitude of ideas and interact with people socially and professionally. Whether it is a small business, a mega project or just friends and family interacting for pleasure, social media provides an excellent setting for all.

One of the most popular social networks is Twitter which allows everyone to interact globally without any hassle. However, no matter how popular Twitter may be, there are some fascinating facts that everyone who is new and old would like to know. For instance, do you know which age groups use Twitter the most or it is a popular platform for students from trade schools?

The following infographic will tell you not only about the age demographics and preferences of users, but it will also let you know the purposes that Twitter is used for apart from socializing. Read on to find out about the different activities that users do on Twitter, like following brands and trends, their favorite celebrities and more.

An infographic by SABA.

9 Types of Social Media Influencers #Infographic #Influencers #SocialMedia

Gone are the days when marketing was confined in the box of conventional marketing channels. Aside from traditional media, marketers today have found a new and better way to reach out to a larger scale of audience. Thanks to social media, increasing brand’s presence and engaging with target consumers have become a whole lot easier for marketers without costing too much.

If you want your brand to be known more online, social media influencers are an excellent choice. With their loyal fanbase, authenticity, and ability to encourage interaction, they can easily extend your brand’s reach while gaining potential customers.

However, choosing the right social media influencer for your marketing campaign can be challenging. There are many factors to consider–and the great numbers of followers, likes, and shares are not enough.

If you’re clueless on which social media influencer to use for your marketing’s advantage, here’s a must-see infographic by M2Social, one of the trusted digital advertising agencies in the Philippines, to guide you on the different types of social media influencers.

An infographic by M2Social.