7 Infographics Explaining the Importance of Social Media

We’ve already talked about why being active on social media is important to the overall health of your business. Sometimes it doesn’t matter how often you hear it, though. You want the facts to explain why spending precious time throughout the day on things like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn is actually useful.

Is there any better way to display that than with infographics? Probably not. Such is life in social media, infographics are a wonderful way to consume a lot of data in a short amount of time.

So, why should you be exerting effort on social media strategies? Let these seven infographics do all the explaining.

1. A lot of information is shared daily on the internet

day-in-the-internet-infographic

2. The marketing efforts of companies are increasingly internet-based

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3. Non-profits even see the value of being active on social media

non-profits-social-media-infographic

4. How to utilize each major network to your advantage

comparing-all-social-media-infographic

5. Where social media users are sharing content the most

who-shares-where-infographic

6. But Twitter is growing quicker than anything else

twitter-outpacing-others-infographic

7. And what did I say about posting on the weekends?!

twitter-weekends-infographic

Whether you’re looking forward to it or not, social media isn’t going away anytime soon. If anything, its importance will continue to drastically increase in the near future. Now is the best time to join the amount of networks you’re comfortable with and start building an engaged following.

And if you need help getting started or moving past a plateau, that’s what I’m here for.

Take a look at how I can help you take your social media game to the next level. Follow me on Twitter: @mmusico8.

The article 7 Infographics Explaining the Importance of Social Media first appeared on Matthew Musico, M.S.

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