You might have heard about Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Internet Trends 2013 Report. It was presented to the public on May 29, 2013 and ever since slides are being analyzed, discussed, and debated. Below, I share four slides that I thought you could find validating or at least informative to your work in social media. If you want a more detailed look, read the 10 key takeaways from this report on nextrends.org.
1. People still use Facebook. A little less than in 2011, but they still use it. What stands out is the growth of Instagram and Tumblr. However, they are still the domain of early adopters.
2. Photos are still being shared. Here you see again the rise of Instagram and newcomer Snapchat!
3. Video still matters. Keep investing in good video content.
4. Transparency and authenticity. If you are faking it, everyone will find out…and fast!
I could not resist the dog slide 🙂 but I think it illustrates well that the era of anonymity is pretty a thing of the past. And in 2013, more than ever it is hard to hide. The report is a wealth of information regarding use of mobile, what’s happening in China, and more. A must-read of any professional working in the digital world. Check it out below.