PeopleBrowsr Shares Social Media History Slide Show

In conjunction with both the opening of a new San Francisco office and the 75th anniversary of the Advertising Research Foundation, marketing firm PeopleBrowsr gathered together some stats about the evolution of social media.

However, knowing full well how pages of hard-to-read stats play in today’s 140-character attention span world, not to mention the fact that such a dry presentation would do nothing for the viral fortunes of the firm, PeopleBrowsr instead commissioned artist Adam Long to illustrate the whole thing.

Today’s slide show has already been viewed more than 10,000 times, a total sure to climb as it is passed around within the very sphere that it documents. Way to go, PeopleBrowsr!

@hollywoodspin Richard Horgan is co-editor of Fishbowl.