Every social media statistic you could ever want (and some media moves)

Every statistic you could ever want!
Credit: Gregory Szarkiewicz
Have you ever found yourself casting around for some data about social media usage? Trying to find out how many LinkedIn users are in manufacturing? (That would be 9.5% by the way – Ed.) How many businesses believe that Twitter is beneficial to productivity? (40%) How many people actually still use MySpace? (That’s a surprisingly high 63M, apparently.)

Well, if you have ever wanted to know these, or nearly any other, stat about social media usage, head on over to the B2B Social Media Guide where they have recently uploaded their 1000th statistic. And every single one is professionally sourced and credited.

Equally, if all you actually want to know is who has moved where in the technical media this week, just read on:

- Rebecca Bursnall has left her position as editor of Gas International. Gemma Baguley will join the publication to fill the role at the end of the month.

- Perspective Publishing has given Karen Moss the job of editor at Retail Systems. She replaces Scott Thompson who will now edit sister title, FStech.

- Finally, The British Journal of Healthcare Computing has relaunched with a new design, structure and focus. The web address has also changed to: www.bj-hc.co.uk.

By the way, if you are one of the 63M users of MySpace do get in touch. We would love to see if you are real person.

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Richard Stone - Stone Junction

Stone Junction is a cool technical PR agency based in Stafford. We work for all sorts of businesses, with a particular focus on technology, technical and engineering companies. We like being sent cake and biscuits by clients, journalists and prospects.

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