What is the breakdown of the utility of sites like Twitter and Facebook? This infographic explains.

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Earlier this month, we posted about the evolution of infographics as a visual-textual way to bring readers more succinctly to a concept. Social media is constantly in the news, and there are always new surveys to communicate to individuals, brands, and companies the various utilities that sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn offer. But data can get lost without a visual image to draw everything together.

This infographic contains a tremendous amount of information – data about the individual user, companies' interactions with different sites, a breakdown of how people use sites like Twitter (53% recommend companies and products via Tweets) and Facebook, projected trends, and 5 benefits for your company by social network thinking.

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