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Social Media Platforms: Factors Setting them Apart

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, February 14, 2013
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Bangalore: Things are moving at a quick pace in the world of social media. Changes are conceivable each passing week concerning the demographic of each network.  That being said, it can be really hard for someone who wants to make their presence known to the social platform that would be best suited for the purpose of the business.  A new infographic clearly pinpoints the different purposes of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ for best social marketing results.



While a lot of infographics may include only the stats or detail mere observations, this illustration truly offers some great insights into these social platforms.  For instance, wanting to connect to a large number of people on Facebook will ultimately reduce the validity of each of your connections.  Furthermore, this illustration also makes available the user counts for some of the most popular social networking platforms today, as well as the demographics.  For instance, twenty-three percent of LinkedIn users are between age groups of thirty-five and forty-four.  Have a look at the infographic below which comes courtesy of Zintro via socialtimes.com.




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