Le bilan démographique des 8 millions de Québécois. Les médias sociaux gagnent en popularité auprès des plus de 50 ans. Facebook Is Most Popular Social Network for All Ages; LinkedIn Is Second [STUDY] Of all the social networks, Facebook is the only one that knows no generational limits.
From grandparents to teenagers, Facebook — the largest of the social networks — attracts users of all ages. A recent study by Forrester found that of U.S. adults who use social networking sites, 96% of them are on Facebook. Women Dominate Men at Social Networking. Women use social networks to connect with their friends, family and colleagues more than men, finds a new survey.
Men, however, are more likely to use voice/phone communication than women. The survey, fielded by Rebtel, focused on expected future use of social media, social media consumption habits and popularity of social media as the choice of U.S. adults if they were to be restricted to one method of communication. “Our findings show that men tend to lag behind women when it comes to communicating with others through social media, which debunks other recent studies that suggest that men are more savvy networkers between the sexes,” says Rebtel CEO Andreas Bernstrom. Woman significantly lead men when it comes to social networking. NET_1-MediasSociaux_finalavecliens_.pdf (Objet application/pdf) Senior Citizens Use Facebook.
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Facebook has made it easy for seniors to use. They are able to share experiences with family regardless of where they live. Senior citizens have connected with long-lost and current friends. It’s not unusual for a seasoned citizen to spend an hour or so on Facebook on any given day. Take a look at the extent and rate at which seniors are getting involved. [Infographic by Assisted Living Facilities]Get The Embed Code to Add this Infographic to Your Site. I am president of The Friedman Group, LLC. Tech Ticker: Facebook, social networking, Google.
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Facebook's Dominance Worldwide...Mapped. Chicks Rule: Power of Women in Social Media. Until recently, I never really thought about the differences between men and women in social media.
I’ve seen articles here and there about it, but I’ve always believed that each person stands on his or her own merit in social media, regardless of whether that person is a man or woman. We all start at the same place and build our reputation from there. However, I’m noticing that there may possibly be some real differences. Last month I wrote Twitter’s Top 75 Badass Women.
It was an article that went viral, and although I wrote it just for fun, I quickly realized the power women have in social media. The day after that article published, Richard wrote one called The Gender Differences On Twitter In Data. » aînés et TI. NETendances-Vol1-1.pdf (Objet application/pdf) 5 mythes des médias sociaux – #3 ma clientèle n’est pas sur Facebook. Mise à jour le 15 décembre 2010 Mythe #1 : Les medias sociaux, c’est pour raconter sa routine dans le moindre détail.
Mythe #2 : C’est un concours de popularité. State of the Blogosphere: Blogs Growing Up, Overlapping Mainstream, Embracing Brands. Blogging is growing up as a career, and its practitioners are growing up, too, according to Technorati's new "State of the Blogosphere" report.
Blogging is also overlapping mainstream media in consumer's minds and embracing brands. Among the slew of data generated by surveying bloggers from 24 nations, come a bunch of headline figures about bloggers as a species: Two thirds of bloggers are male, and 65% are age 18-44 years old. 81% have been blogging for more than two years, and professionals blog an average of over 10 hours a week.
Interestingly, the blogger demographic is "more affluent and educated than the general population," with 79% having college degrees and 43% possessing graduate degrees, too. Facebook Brands Statistics in Canada - Facebakers. Internet Statistics & Social Media Usage. The Silent Generation, Baby Boomers and the Web, Part 1: Who is online and what are they doing? - Sales and Marketing Strategies - Life Insurance Selling.
Who is online?
According to the Pew Internet & American Life Project December 2008 tracking survey, "The biggest increase in Internet use since 2005 can be seen in the 70 to 75-year-old age group. " In 2005, about 26% of Americans, 70 to 75 years old, were online, and by 2008 is was up to 45%. In total, members of the "silent generation" (ages 64-72) now make up about 9% of America's total population and 7% of the Internet-using population. Silent Generation « Mature Marketing Matters. No, it’s not a joke.
It was on the second green when I realized that our group represented four generations. Top tips for Generation Y online customer experiences. I’ve been invited to speak at the Online Customer Experience 2010 conference in London on the 12 July where I will be doing my Mind The Gap presentation on the different generations.
Leading up to this event I’m going to be sharing some of my thoughts and ideas on how to strengthen the online connection you have with each generation. You can see my other posts on Generation X and Baby Boomers Here are my headline top tips for delivering online customer experience for Generation Y: Who are Generation Y?