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Brian Honigman comprised a list of 100 Fascinating Social Media Statistics and Figures From 2012 for The Huffington Post that can help you get a better grasp on where trends for the top social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Google+ are headed. Here’s three highlights from each, and a handy infographic from iStrategyLabs for easy browsing of the 2012 social media statistics:
An award-winning marketing and communications specialist, Eric is the Senior Social Media Community Manager for specialty marketing agency Callahan Creek, the social chair for AAF-KC, and the communications chair for Engineers Without Borders - Sunflower State Professionals.
He is also the 2013 Air Guitar World Champion. Callahan Creek unlocks the power of category enthusiasts and turns them into brand advocates. Air guitar provides boundless entertainment and helps musicians realize their full creative potential, according to a recent Cambridge study.