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INFOGRAPHIC: (survey) Which Demographics Use What Social Media & How...

INFOGRAPHIC:  (survey)  Which Demographics Use What Social Media & How... | Super Social Media | Scoop.it

A massive survey of internet users reveals trends in social media usage across numerous platforms, ages, races, genders, population density and more...


The Pew Research Center has released the results of a comprehensive survey, conducted over several years to evaluate which demographics were using social media, and on which platforms. Which social networking sites emerged on top?

 

Of the online adults surveyed at the end of 2012:

67% use Facebook20% use LinkedIn16% use Twitter15% use Pinterest13% use Instagram6% use Tumblr 

Find more statistics, findings and takeaways on how Americans appear to be using social media, based on this recent study.

 


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Ruby's curator insight, April 16, 2013 3:31 PM
Know social media audience~
Steven Krohn's comment, April 23, 2013 5:16 PM
Thanks for the constructive comments, they are very appropriate.
Retro Social Media's curator insight, May 15, 2013 1:17 PM

Only 16% use Twitter - wow!

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Infographics: The Impact of Social Image Sharing

Infographics: The Impact of Social Image Sharing | Super Social Media | Scoop.it

Most of us are familiar with sharing photos on social networks. It started on Facebook and has exploded with the arrival of Instagram. This infographic aims to explore the impact of a picture-based social network model.

Studies show photo posts on Facebook are the most engaging. In traditional media, the highest percentage of people who look at a newspaper look at the pictures, while a lower percentage actually read the articles. The same holds true for Facebook.
To illustrate the impact of sharing photos on social networks even further, consider that 10% of the pictures ever taken in the world's history were taken in the past year...


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Philippe Trebaul's curator insight, March 2, 2013 6:31 AM
Infographics: The Impact of Social Image Sharing.

"Most of us are familiar with sharing photos on social networks. It started on Facebook and has exploded with the arrival of Instagram. This infographic aims to explore the impact of a picture-based social network model.

Studies show photo posts on Facebook are the most engaging. In traditional media, the highest percentage of people who look at a newspaper look at the pictures, while a lower percentage actually read the articles. The same holds true for Facebook.
To illustrate the impact of sharing photos on social networks even further, consider that 10% of the pictures ever taken in the world's history were taken in the past year"...


Infographics: The Impact of Social Image Sharing via @MYDstudio http://sco.lt/...


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Social Network Overload - Infographic

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How often have you checked your social media accounts today? Feeling unplugged is a problem for many people.  This infographic from mylife.com illustrates how people are addicted to social media, and what they rather do than give up their Internet lifeline. 


Two out of three people are afraid they’re missing something important on email, Facebook, Twitter, or other accounts. In the same survey, three out of five people wished there was a solution to monitor their various communication options.

This infographic is based on the survey by Harris, and conveys a growing trend—social media overload...


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Christine Harris-Smyth's curator insight, April 2, 2013 8:37 PM

The anxiety about missing out is not something new - it is like a child who doesn't want to go to bed when the others (adults, older children) are still having fun. It is simply in a new arena. This being connected all the time to digital media and communications devices is the new thing - not the anxiety.

 

We'll learn to live with it - nice infographic.

 

or die trying...

Marketing Colleges's curator insight, April 3, 2013 3:55 AM

The increasing need to be selective about which social media to use