I think I’ve been on an infographic kick over the last couple of weeks which brings me to today’s find…
In “Content Rules” Ann Handley and C.C. Chapman talk about re-purposing content… I think this is an excellent example of how to do that. Single Grain went from blog post to infographic to motion-infographic (pretty neat if you ask me).
Anyway, here’s the video:
Some Tweetable Stats:
- “The average user creates 90 pieces of content per month.” Tweet This
- “The average user has 130 Friends.” Tweet This
- “The average user spends 23 minutes on each visit to Facebook.” Tweet This
- “50% of local businesses use Facebook for marketing.” – Tweet This
(Statistics provided via: SingleGrain)
Are you an avid Facebook user? How do you use it – personally or professionally? How would you live without it?
Personally, I have a Facebook Page but I don’t technically consider it an essential part of my marketing (you might). I have well over 130 Facebook Friends but I don’t really know most of them. I certainly don’t spend more than 5 minutes on Facebook per visit let alone 23. And maybe, between my Page, my company’s page and my profile…I might be creating 90 pieces of content per month.
What about you?