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Social Media International Infographic

Things You Don’t Know About Social Media [Infographic]

1 Year Ago By Richard Darell

You may find it hard to believe, but Facebook was launched as far back as February 4, 2004. Even a relatively new face on the social media scene, Instagram, has just celebrated its 5th birthday. Let’s face it, social media platforms have become an integral part of our lives, and they’re here to stay. Most people know the basics about social media. They know about likes, pins, shares and re-tweets, but there’s always plenty to learn.

VoucherBin has created this informative infographic to give you instant access to facts such as 59% of marketers spending at least 6 hours a week using social media. All the information is in one place, at your fingertips. This makes it easy to find out all those things you didn’t know about social media.

Social media, at work and at play, has two faces, the business face and the strictly social face. You can see from this useful infographic that 56% of recruiters Google candidates before they make hiring decisions. It’s vital to bear this in mind when you’re posting on social media. You may have seen a well-known UK bank using this theme in adverts about recruitment for young people. No-one is going to hire someone who uses inappropriate content and language on social media.

As the name suggests, most people think of the social side of social media. This fresh and informative infographic from shows how important platforms like Twitter and Instagram are when it comes to sharing comments on entertainment. As you can see, more than half a billion posts were made on those two platforms alone, about the 2015 Oscars ceremony.

Social media has made the world a smaller place. We can all communicate in real time across thousands of miles. This Voucherbin infographic shows you just how huge social media is, and how big an influence it can have on your life.

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