The 'Which Social Network Should You Use' infographic makes sense of the crazy world of online media.
The social media landscape can be overwhelming to those trying to navigate it, and with so many new platforms cropping up daily it can be hard to keep up. Commissioned by Zintro, the graphic was put together using a compilation of research about the four biggest sites on the web. Details about the pros and cons of Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and Google+ are discussed to help users decide on the best social strategy to use for them to personally target their main demographic.
The chart mainly breaks down the user base of each site; providing data on the number of users on each platform and then dividing that up by age and sex. It also lists the main features of each site and what type of posting works the best on each one.
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Research: 1,908 clicks in 210 w
Interest: 3.6 minutes
Concept: Which Social Network Should You Use
Related: 75 examples / 58 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55+
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