Visualizing my data

Where I Went
Foursquare checkins

From 2013, but what you see is mostly of my time in Montreal working on contract coordinating the redesign of Concordia’s website and social media.

Some of What I Said
Twitter infographics and top tweets of @matthewburpee

A Bit of What I Saw

My Foursquare Stats

My Social Network

A slideshow showing meta data from my facebook, twitter and other networks. Select for more info.

2010 Trends from Mashable+

Please enjoy some data, presentations and infographics from Mashable and others. Happy New Year!

2010: The Year Facebook Dethroned Google as King of the Web [STATS]
“It’s only a matter of time until Facebook topples the entire Google empire, though. We’ve seen the trend develop for months: Facebook is getting bigger than Google. According to comScore, Facebook’s U.S. traffic grew by 55% in the last year and has shown no sign of slowing down… The social network accounted for 8.93% of all U.S. visits in 2010 (January-November), beating Google (7.19%), Yahoo Mail (3.52%), Yahoo (3.30%) and YouTube (2.65%). However, Facebook didn’t beat the traffic garnered by all of Google’s properties combined (9.85%).”

The Most Popular Presentations of 2010 [REPORT]

5 Trends Affecting How We Connect Through Social Media

The Mobile Photo Sharing Boom Is Here

10 Creative Uses of the New Facebook Profile [PICS]

The Unbearable Inevitability of Being Android, 1995

44% of Online Sharing Occurs Through Facebook [INFOGRAPHIC]0
44% of Online Sharing Occurs Through Facebook [INFOGRAPHIC]
“Impressively, 44% of shares occurred through Facebook in 2010, up 33% from last year. That number does not include shares done via Facebook’s “Like” button, which means the actual, universal percentage of shares through Facebook is likely higher. Shares over Gmail increased by 395%, outpacing StumbleUpon, Facebook and Twitter. Shares via MySpace and Friendster dropped 20% and 31% respectively.”

How Time of Changed: 2000-2010

The CMO’s Guide to: The Social Landscape

I liked the following chart on Brad Einarsen‘s office wall at Klick and asked for the source. It’s 97th Floor’s take on 10 social network choices.
CMO The Social Landscape 1CMO The Social Landscape 2

Your website is just a hub. The spokes may matter more as the Web returns to what the Internet has always been great for… discussion:

1. Today 80% of the social community’s engagement with content now happens somewhere other than the site on which content originated.

2. By The Numbers: Twitter Vs. Facebook Vs. Google Buzz