I've rounded up ten recent infographics on Facebook, with lots of stats, on demographics, why people follow brands and more. 

Where possible, I've added the infographics to this post in a readable size, but for others you can click on the image to see a larger version... 

Are we too obsessed with Facebook? 

(via onlineschools.org)

What makes people follow brands on Facebook? 

(via getsatisfaction)

Facebook wall of shame

(via Mashable)

What would a world without Facebook look like? 

(via SingleGrain)

Five Q&As on Facebook marketing

(via DanZarrella)

Facebook business survey 2011

Visualising Facebook friendships

(click image for larger version)

(via Facebook)

Most popular brands & celebs on Facebook and Twitter

(via Socialbakers)

Facebook vs Google+

(via SingleGrain)

Men vs women on Facebook

(via Hubspot)

Graham Charlton

Published 21 October, 2011 by Graham Charlton

Graham Charlton is the former Editor-in-Chief at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter or connect via Linkedin or Google+

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Visually attractive..but overwhelming..

over 6 years ago


Sandis Viksna

Awesome collection. This is one great example of a link bite as well!

over 6 years ago



Nice. Just one thing to add:


over 6 years ago



Fanatasic post thanks alot for this. I am doing a blog post on why we should use infographics on the web - and your post provides some impressive up to date examples - thanks again bookmarked - and without saying I will be mentioning you in my post reference to the source. :)

over 6 years ago


Adam Beaumont

Definitely some amazing infographics here that get straight to the point as well as get shared on blogs around the world and therefore completing intention.

over 5 years ago


Terry George

I love a good infographic. These really put into perspective how powerful Facebook has become. Are we too obsesses with Facebook? Possibly.

about 5 years ago

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