Every now and then a short video is released that show just how much the world has changed. One of the best ones are "The Social Media Revolution" from Socialnomics. Yesterday they released an updated version, with all the latest stats.
It's the perfect video to use when you want to completely deflate a room of social media skeptics.
Update: Switched to Vimeo, since the YouTube video wouldn't play in all countries.
All the stats are based on the "socialnomics" book (buy it here)
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