Find out how many people were plugged into different social networks in 2012 and what they were posting, based on statistics compiled by The Huffington Post.
Facebook has nearly 850 million active monthly users. Twenty-one percent of those users are from Asia.
Twenty-five percent of Facebook's users don't take advantage of any of the site's privacy controls.
Each day, 250 million new photos are posted to Facebook.
Fifty-seven percent of Facebook users are female.
A photo of President Barack Obama hugging his wife posted after his re-election was announced became the most-liked post in the site's history, earning more than 4 million likes.
Thirty-two percent of Internet users are on Twitter.
One million new users signed up for Twitter each day of 2012.
There were 175 million tweets sent each day of 2012.
The 2012 election was the most-tweeted-about political event in U.S. history, generating 31.7 million tweets.
Instagram had 80 million users and 7.3 million active daily users as of August.
Five million pictures are posted on Instagram each day.
Instagram users liked 78 million pictures in 2012.
#Love, #instagood, #me, #tbt and #cute were the five most popular hashtags on Instagram in 2012.
More than 800,000 photos on Instagram carried the hashtag #Sandy, created for photos related to the superstorm.
An average Pinterest visit lasts 16 minutes.
Pinterest is most popular with 25 to 34 year olds.
Repins make up more than 80 percent of all pins on Pinterest.
Women make up 80 percent of Pinterest users.
Food is the most popular category on Pinterest. Fifty-seven percent of Pinterest users pin, like or comment on food content.
By the end of 2012, Google+ was expected to have 400 million users.
Google's +1 button gets clicked 5 billion times each day.
Men make up 68 percent of Google+ users.
Eight percent of Americans have a Google+ page.
The average Google+ user spends 12 minutes a day on the social network.
Check out even more statistics at The Huffington Post.