Wonderful world of morbid statistical correlations

As my journey into understanding cognitive biases and also getting more into all kind of statistics I stumbled upon an unnecessary and time consuming site thats just to morbid and hilarious to put up on the blog. Have a look on these very ”american” charts!  [Read more…]

#MidWeekNickle Week.14 – your digital links from the past week

Photo cred yo William Warby. <3 Flickr & CC

Photo cred yo William Warby.

This week you need to see the short movie: The problem with Facebook, read the ”reply”, get your head around some new statistics, become aware of that people now can tag you on Twitter and much more. Enjoy!

Twitter

Twitter are making pictures more social. You can now tag up to 10 people per picture.

New service tracks the most popular music on Twitter. Its a joint effort between Twitter and Billboard.

Its well known that Twitter don´t drive great conversions. A study shows that successful brands first of all are on Twitter for creating brand awareness.

Facebook

The problem with Facebook, a short video that puts some thoughtful issues on the table. Its a 7 minute must see.

Eat24 left Facebook because of the reversed logic that that we as publishers need to pay to reach our fans on Facebook. Socially Stephanie adresses the issue surrounding reach in her post as a reply to a question from one of her readers. Also read the article that says the opposite as a ”reply” to Eat24.

Find out and learn more how Facebooks new reach and campaign type works.

Instagram

Instagrams last offical number was 150 million active users. The now are up to 200 million active user and still growing.

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Social media

Dig into good to know statistics.

Content marketing done by Fox Studios to lift their brand. Series made for the web. Now you need even more time to see all of these too!

You can get more content marketing inspiration if you know swedish by reading the article containing a periodic system for content inspiration.

Apps

Awesome app where kids can make their own kind of animals by combining 3. Even the name get mixed by the tree animals.

Talk of the week

This week Nigel March gives a talk how to balance your life between work and family. It’s so much easier to find time for your family if you don’t work according to Nigel. I guess he has a point in that but there’s more to the talk than that. Watch it and stop going to work to please someone you don’t like!

Photo cred to William Wardy – original picture can be found here

Maps and statistics over the world

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During the last week an article, 40 Maps That Will Help You Make Sense of the World, been circulating. Later a spinoff was made aiming only on Sweden in comparison to the world. Both of them puts the world and Sweden into new and different angles which makes them interesting Have a look! 

Key global statistics on social, digital & mobile from jan 2014

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To start a bit philosophical we are getting more united by the day. At least when it comes to internet penetration and connectivity. Before the human race start acting and thinking as one with a sustainable view will probably take some time. Until then We Are Social in Singapore put together a great Slideshare with key statistics about social, digital and mobile globally.

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