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Social Media Demographics [infographic]

Social Media Demographics [infographic] | this curious life | Scoop.it

Steadily increasing usage worldwide shows remarkable figures about social media demographics...


Via Lauren Moss, Ignasi Alcalde, P2P Foundation
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Satroni-SEO's comment, November 13, 2012 2:38 PM
You find some brilliant infographics lauren, thanks! Re-scooped!
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Job Seekers: Beware These Social Media Traps

Job Seekers: Beware These Social Media Traps | this curious life | Scoop.it
First time impressions are everything, but sometimes they creep up on you. What are recruiters looking for on social profiles?
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How many fake Sandy pictures were really shared on social media? | Australian Policy Online

How many fake Sandy pictures were really shared on social media? | Australian Policy Online | this curious life | Scoop.it

' ........ our team's research on Twitter use during the 2011 Queensland Floods showed that images and videos were shared more than any other category of content – including official emergency information and mainstream news reports.

 

Hurricane Sandy was no different, except perhaps for the controversies surrounding the circulation of fake or photoshopped storm images, an issue widely covered in the media, as social media users raced to question and debunk the fakes.'

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First map of Australia's twittersphere | Australian Policy Online

First map of Australia's twittersphere | Australian Policy Online | this curious life | Scoop.it

'The map reveals clusters of interest in the ‘Twittersphere’ – the part of the estimated two million Aussies using Twitter – around major themes such as politics, the arts, sport, food, agriculture, rock bands, religion, real estate, business, celebrities, education and social media. It shows how strongly or weakly these interest networks interlink with one another and with the ‘Australian mainland’ in the map.'

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