If you want to make your own info-graphic, this link might be useful: http://www.easel.ly/
This info-graphic was made in roughly 10 minutes. This research might not reflect what your followers do however, as you have chosen who you want to interact with and your followers (and the people you follow) may act significantly differently then what the statistics predict.
- simply pick a theme
- drop and drag the stuff you want on it
- text is also dropped and dragged onto the info-graphic
- to re-size or rotate stuff, simply use the handles provided
- this info-graphic is layered, so things can be placed behind other things (pictures or text at the moment).
Info-graphics are a popular way to pass on information and the links to it are often also shared by those who you give this information to.
Please note that this twitter info-graphic is only a rough calculation based on published sources. The purpose of the info-graphic is more to test easel. The author believes that a lot of people are tweeting more often then then once a week. Many people probably tweet more then once a day–when they do choose to use twitter.
This is some referenced sourced statistics about twitter
- The number of mobile telephone users increased by 182% in 2010. 
- Twitter has 140 million users in 2012 (March) 
- Alternative source: Twitter has 200 million worldwide accounts (Feb 2012 statistics)
- Twitter has around 100 million active users 
- 21% never post a tweet [3, based on 2009 statistic]
- 88% log in less then once a day 
- 5% of users create 75% of the content [7, 2011 statistic]
- 15.7% of accounts send more then 10 tweets a day [8, 2011 statistic]
- 1.4% have more then 100 followers [8, 2011 statistic]
- 90.6% of accounts follow less then 50 [8, 2011 statistics]
- The number of tweets increase over a users lifetime [4, 2009 statistic]
- South Africa loves to tweet a lot [5, 2012 statistic]
-  http://blog.twitter.com/2011/03/numbers.html accessed 2012
-  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twitter accessed 2012
-  http://www.sysomos.com/insidetwitter/ accessed 2012
- [3.1] http://www.sysomos.com/insidetwitter/twitter-stats-2010/ [accessed 2012]
-  http://info.rjmetrics.com/blog/bid/44962/New-Data-on-Twitter-s-Users-and-Engagement accessed 2012
-  http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/graphic/2012/jan/26/how-africa-tweets-portland accessed 2012
-  http://ansonalex.com/technology/worldwide-twitter-demographics-infographic/ accessed 2012
-  http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/twitter-visual-history_b14406 accessed 2012.
-  http://www.twopblog.com/2012/01/some-statistics-on-new-twitter-accounts.html accessed 2012.
-  http://www.slideshare.net/sallieburnett/infograph-2012-twitter-statistics accessed 2012
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