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A Case Study in Social Media Demographics [Infographic]

This infographic about social media demographics from Online MBA aggregates some fascinating info about who hangs out on what social networks. Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest consist of more female users while the majority of Google+, Reddit, and Digg are male users. LinkedIn splits gender down the middle.

A Case Study in Social Media Demographics Infographic

Source   http://www.onlinemba.com/

The Blogging World [Infographic]

Did You Know That

According to BlogPulse, there were more than 164 Million Blogs in July 2011.

49% of Bloggers are from USA, followed by 29% from Europe and then 12% from Asia Pacific

64% of Bloggers are Hobbyists.Only 21% of bloggers are Full time bloggers.

30% of bloggers are of age group 25-34 years followed by 27% from age group 35-44 years.

15% of US bloggers are from California.

How Big is Blogosphere Infographic

Source   http://www.invesp.com/

The Reddit Invasion [Infographic]

Since Reddit launched in 2005 it has grown to become one of the largest and most loved news/content aggregators in the world.  A treasure trove of sub cultures and memes for users of all interests and a very supportive community are all part of the special sauce that makes Reddit so successful.  The team atSortable is a big fan of the site and have spent countless hours exploring different content on Reddit. We looked at what makes Reddit so special, from their history, community, generous redditors, and different types of redditors to put together this infographic. We hope you enjoy it enough to upvote it.

The Reddit Invasion Infographic

Source    http://www.sortable.com/

Women and Social Media [Infographic]

It’s no secret that social media sites are dramatically changing the way we live and conduct our lives online. But, what this means to, and how this involves women is commonly overlooked. Perhaps surprisingly, women are online and interacting on social sites just as much — if not, more — than their male counterparts. In fact, more than half of all American women participate in social media at least once a week, with, of course, younger women using social sites the most. The following is a graphic that takes a look at what sites women are using, as well as how much and why women are participating in social media.

women in social media

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