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The popularity of the social networks
The most popular social networks
Twitter Twitter is a social networking and micro-blogging service that allows you answer the question, “What are you doing?” by sending short text messages 140 characters in length called “tweets” to your friends or “followers.” For business, Twitter can be used to broadcast your company’s latest news and blog posts, interact with your customers or to enable easy internal collaboration and group communication.
Facebook Facebook is the world's leading social network, with over 300 million users and more than 900 employees. Facebook is a popular free social networking website that allows registered users to create profiles, upload photos and video, send messages and keep in touch with friends, family and colleagues. Facebook can be a powerful tool for brands, businesses and charities.
LinkedIn LinkedIn is a social networking website designed for business professionals. It allows you to share work-related information with other users and keep an online list of professional contacts. LinkedIn has several benefits for business professionals, which is why it is used by millions of people across the world. Just remember, if you decide to create a LinkedIn profile, keep your information professional.
Data of our questionnaire The biggest number of users has between 21-25 years. Mostly these users and younger people spend minimum 3h a day. All interviewed people have an account on at least one SC. 67% of people, has met someone in person.
Data of our questionnaire
Most of these people consider that this kind of entertainment doesn’t have negative impact on them and that the only bad side could be spending too much time on the Internet and eventually becoming unsociable, as much as abuse of personal information.
Data of our questionnaire The biggest percentage of them log on, several times a day. Half a people notice advertising on SCs Most of people trust information they get from their friends.
The majority of Facebook users do not pay attention to advertising Research conducted by the Associated Press showed that 57% of Facebook users never clicks on ads, while 26% of users stated that it almost never do. Only 4% of respondents said that they often clicks on the ads. The results of this research were published on the same day when GM announced that it will stop advertising on Facebook. This decision is the result that the company advertising on Facebook has little effect on consumers.
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