Infographics kind of fell out of favor with me a while back since there were just too many of them floating around. That said, I found this one to be pretty interesting and thought I’d pass along the information. If the study is accurate (and I can’t vouch for its accuracy), it’s important to see what people are doing when they’re online and how you can use the information to promote your own business and find more potential customers.

For example, it says that 50% of visitors go to Google each day, and 40% visit Facebook. If you’re bleeding from the wallet using AdWords, you may want to change your strategy and go with some Facebook ads, which will cost less and perhaps be more effective. In fact, by a very skinny margin (.19%), Facebook’s reach is outshining Google in a given day. More people stay on Facebook longer, too.

Man, I wish I had that kind of time. If you’re a successful business owner, I’m guessing you don’t either. So, you need to pick your battles.

Just notice Twitter. I’ve been thinking Twitter is so yesterday for a while now. Others will vociferously disagree, but check the market share: 6.7%. Is it really worth wasting time there? Wouldn’t your social media marketing time be better spent where there are more visitors, who stay for longer periods, and where you can write longer posts, too? Twitter was a great fad, but in a war between Pinterest and Twitter, I’d say Pinterest is winning right now. Could change, but on the Internet, trends don’t normally go backwards.

Here’s more interesting information for you:

The Most Popular Websites

I’m sure you found something of interest in there. Thanks for stopping by to check it out!

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to drop them into the comment box. I answer every one. (As long as you’re not a spammy spammer, which is just rude.)

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