Social Media Revolution 2011: Facts & Figures [VIDEO]

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The bandwagon of Social Media is hastening across the globe and thousands of new users – if not hundreds of thousand – are joining the flow every day. Last two years have been revolutionary in the history of Social Media and many milestones and achievements have been accomplished by Social Media titans like Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. Today, we present the latest video over ‘Social Media Revolution 2011” which is updated with all statistics of Social Media industry.

This third edition video has been designed and developed by Socialnomics and has recorded all stats till June 2011. This video is essentially an accumulation of many infographics, reports and analysis presented in a well-designed animated format by Eric Qualman.

The video has many interesting and astounding facts which is many surprise to many readers who have just started following Dazeinfo and missed many previous posts on social media industry. Compare to previous editions, you may find this little stroppy as the music has been changed and don’t gel well with the animation. The quality of animation has also been compromised but the despite of such aspects it has all potential to woo social media enthusiasts.

Enjoy the video after this break and please don’t forget to leave your valuable thoughts about this video using comment section below;

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0EnhXn5boM

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