Social Media Channels and Stats
Facebook: Social Networking Site that allows for open communication betweenpeople and brands.800+ Million Active Users46% ...
LinkedIn: A Social Networking site for business professionals.More than 120 Million MembersAverage age of LinkedIn is 25-5...
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Social media channels and stats

  1. 1. Social Media Channels and Stats
  2. 2. Facebook: Social Networking Site that allows for open communication betweenpeople and brands.800+ Million Active Users46% of Facebook users are 25-44 years old81% of Facebook users have some level of higher education Twitter: A Social Networking and Microblogging site that allows for open, public communication in 140 characters or less. Over 200 Million Users 57% of Twitter users are 25-44 years old 37% of Twitter users have a Bachelors Degree, at least YouTube: A video sharing website, owned by Google. The second largest search engine on the web. Over 3 Billion Videos Viewed Daily Average age of YouTube is 27 with 20% being 35+ 78% of YouTube users have some level of higher education
  3. 3. LinkedIn: A Social Networking site for business professionals.More than 120 Million MembersAverage age of LinkedIn is 25-54LinkedIn is used by 69 of the Fortune 100 Companies Yelp: A Social Networking site that allows customers to leave reviews of any business 61% of people rely on user reviews for product information or research before a buying decision is made 41 Million Monthly VisitorsGoogle Places: Allows you to claim your business profile on Google, people canreview your business97% of consumers search for local businesses online
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