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This week’s top six infographics

As we’ve been off for a few weeks I’ve rounded up some of the best infographics that we’ve seen from the past fortnight.

The topics include social media statistics from 2012, the CEO’s attitude to social, the year on StumbleUpon and a comparison of mobile sales from 2010 to 2012.

StumbleUpon brings the iFrame back

You thought they were gone. Those pesky, annoying, experience-destroying things. Yes, I’m talking about iFrames.

Popular a decade ago, they’ve made a few appearances in the past several years. The once-popular Digg, for instance, turned to them to implement its DiggBar.

But now they’re back.

MySpace’s decline sees StumbleUpon move into top 10 social networks

StumbleUpon broke into the top 10 of the most visited social networking sites this past November, exceeding MySpace for the first time ever.

This is the first time MySpace has failed to rank in the top 10 social networking sites, according to the stats compiled by Experian Hitwise.

Experian analyst James Murray said StumbleUpon owes its top 10 position to MySpace’s continuing decline rather than a boost in its own traffic.