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In Social Media, Women May Be the Dominant Sex – Brain Map (Pt.2) : Jericho Technology, Inc.

In Social Media, Women May Be the Dominant Sex – Brain Map (Pt.2) : Jericho Technology, Inc. | Social Media | Scoop.it

Historically, the differences between men and women in business have been the subject of debate, not to mention anecdotes and good-natured story-telling. The sense of it has been that men are in command and control. Well, guess what men? In Social Media, women may have a decided advantage.

 


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How Do Men and Women Use Social Media Differently?

How Do Men and Women Use Social Media Differently? | Social Media | Scoop.it
Internet Service Providers has put together this infographic illustrating the difference between men and women, particularly when it comes to using social media. (RT @FreshOranges: How Do Men and Women Use Social Media Differently?

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Maree Lockie's comment, August 6, 2013 9:25 PM
I like this one! There findings really do seem logical. Had to laugh at the the women's most popular, seeing as that is totally what I use. Men's use of LinkedIn doesn't surprise me but the inclusion of Google + does! Really interesting read!
andy's comment, August 6, 2013 11:09 PM
Adriana, some interesting facts to be kept in mind
David Lusion's comment, August 15, 2013 1:26 AM
I don't know. They use http://www.internetserviceproviders.org/ as a source.. seems quite limited.. not to mention it most likely forgets about china and russia which use completely different social networks to the west
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How Men and Women Use Social Media Differently (Infographic)

How Men and Women Use Social Media Differently (Infographic) | Social Media | Scoop.it
When it comes to social media, men tend to spend more time on some sites, women on others.

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This week in social media: Facebook, Google, Scoop.it, Twitter

This week in social media: Facebook, Google, Scoop.it, Twitter | Social Media | Scoop.it
Here is a quick roundup of some of the latest happenings in the social media world.
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Facebook is renewing its commitment to fighting bullying. The compa
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Cendrine Marrouat - cendrinemarrouat.com's curator insight, November 8, 2013 7:28 PM

Congratulations to @Guillaume Decugisand the Scoop.it team for releasing the mention feature. It's going to be very helpful to engage with other curators!

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Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Snapchat – How Teens Use Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Snapchat – How Teens Use Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC] | Social Media | Scoop.it
In case you haven’t noticed, teenagers do things differently.

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Survey Says: Nearly 4 in 10 Women Have Decreased or Stopped Using Social Media

Survey Says: Nearly 4 in 10 Women Have Decreased or Stopped Using Social Media | Social Media | Scoop.it
Remember the Roman Empire? It was the most influential force in the world. The place everyone wanted to be. The center of all news, art, com (Market research is beginning to show women decreasing or cutting off their use of #social media.

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How using Twitter can benefit researchers

How using Twitter can benefit researchers | Social Media | Scoop.it

For researchers still on the fence about using social media tools to engage with colleagues and the public, a recent post on Active Scientist offers a short primer on ways Twitter can prove useful in monitoring relevant content about developments in your field.

Among the guidance on using Twitter to filter science news, the piece offers tips on who to follow, topics to tweet and lists the following benefits for researchers:

 

Keep track of developments in your field and in touch with distant colleagues.Alert the media when you are about to publish or have made significant progress toward a scientific goal.Develop an online presence as someone who cares about scientific progress in your field.Present your scientific ideas and interests to a general audience. Twitter is a great tool for public outreach.Join campaigns to increase government funding of science, make scientific publishing open access, or whatever your interests are.

In a Q&A published this week on Scope, Stanford physician Leah Millheiser, MD, discussed her motivation for using social media to raise awareness and foster discussion about issues relating to women’s sexual health. Millheiser recently launched her own blog and Twitter feed.

Additionally, the School of Medicine  feed (@SUMedicine) currently maintains Twitter lists of organizations affiliated with the medical center and Stanford physicians and biomedical researchers.


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Women outrank men in social media savvy and connectedness - Deseret News

Women outrank men in social media savvy and connectedness - Deseret News | Social Media | Scoop.it
Women outrank men in social media savvy and connectedness
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Women are more likely than men to use social media, and they're learning how to use it as a tool to promote civic-mindedness, problem solve and enrich their relationships.

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Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram – The Growth Of Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter

Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, Instagram – The Growth Of Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter | Social Media | Scoop.it

You know that social media thing?

It’s getting pretty big. Collectively, Facebook. Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and Instagram now havebillions of users, and brands around the globe have their arms open wide – 93 percent of marketers now use social media for business purposes.

This updated infographic from Search Engine Journal takes a detailed look at the growth of social media.


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