EvoApp Creates a New Infographic - Steve Jobs by the Numbers: A Visual Look at 6 Stats Surrounding His Passing

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An new infographic surrounding the passing of Steve Jobs and his tremendous accomplishments. See how the web responded hour by hour.

Steve Jobs - By the Numbers

Steve Jobs - By the Numbers

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Steve Jobs was an iconic figure, and one that changed the world and the way we think about technology. The world lost one of the greatest innovators of the modern era. To put the impact of his passing in perspective, social media business intelligence company EvoApp has created a new infographic highlighting his accomplishments and showing how the web responded hour by hour.

             -    Estimated 10,000 tweets per second following the announcement of Steve Job’s death - this would be the most tweets per second ever recorded. This beats the previous record of 8868 tweets per second when US singer Beyoncé announced her pregnancy at the MTV Awards.
             -    For October 6th 2011, 8 out of the 10 top Google search terms were Steve Jobs and Apple related.
             -    The top trending hashtag on twitter over the last 24 hours is #iSad
             -    As the news exploded, Apple mentions skyrocketed, as people were reminiscing on the incredibly impactful legacy Steve Jobs left behind during his tenure as Apple CEO.
             -    “Steve Jobs” surpassed “Apple” in web mentions on Thursday morning just after 10am EST. Trending words like #ThankYouSteve have filled Facebook updates and Twitter feeds, as people from all walks of life mourn the passing of a great man.

Some of the financial figures are staggering, as well. During his tenure, he oversaw the ‘discovery’ (as he would say) of several game-changing products:

         1)    iPod – the iPod changed the music industry forever. There are now two notable eras in music; “pre-iPod” and “post-iPod”. Arguably one of the greatest inventions in history.
             -    Jobs saw 300 million iPods sold under his watch.
         2)    iPhone – as if the music industry wasn’t enough, the next game-changer was the iPhone. People have never looked at phones the same since.
             -    Apple sold 128 million iPhones under his tenure.
         3)    iPad – Took the personal computing industry to the next level. Revolutionized the way we interact with the personal web.
             -    Apple sold 62 million iPads under his tenure

In addition, Apple saw a +354% increase in net profit margin, +36% average annual profit growth, and +29% average annual stock return during his run as Apple CEO. That was the magic of Steve Jobs; not just, elegance, innovation, and superior functionality, but masterful success as well. Steve was a true master of innovation.

Jobs worked hard to discover beautiful technologies down to his very last breath. Even during his struggle with cancer, he delivered insightful keynotes to wide-eyed onlookers, proving to the world that technology doesn’t have to just be practical, but beautiful and pleasurable as well. He may be gone, but never forgotten. As people explore the next frontier of technological capability, they will always remember the man who changed the game. We’ll leave you with one of Steve’s many inspiring quotes:

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”

– Steve Jobs, 1955-2011

About EvoApp

EvoApp is a technology solutions provider helping business to strengthen customer relationships through social media business intelligence. The company uses its proprietary social media business intelligence technology to correlate unstructured social data with complex business performance metrics to help companies understand the social impact on their business. More information about EvoApp is available at http://www.evoapp.com.

If you’d like more information about social media business intelligence, please call Bart Bartlett at 919 789-1482 or email bart(at)evoapp(dot)com.


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