In doing a little research for a new client pitch, I stumbled on this cool infographic from GO-gulf.com. There is some good info on social network user demographics in it.
The thing that I was most surprised about was male/female breakdown for Facebook and Twitter, I would have guessed the opposite in both cases.
The time spent on Twitter stat is very misleading if it is only measuring Twitter.com visits. Twitter has more third-party app users than any of these other networks.
I spend a great deal of time each month using Twitter, but spend very, very little time on Twitter.com. If there was a way to aggregate all of the third-party activity and combine the total with Twitter.com visits, I would be very interested to see how it stacks up. People spend less time with Twitter, there is no doubt about that, but the gap shouldnt be this great.
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What do you think? What is most surprising to you among these stats?
Infographic by- GO-Gulf.com Web Design Company