Battle Of The (Social) Sexes: The Gendered Social Media Infographic

Battle Of The (Social) Sexes: The Gendered Social Media Infographic

It is common knowledge that men and women are very different in every possible way. That's probably why we love each other so much. Well, it seems that social media isn't the exception that proves the rule because we can say with absolute certainty that men and women don't see eye to eye when it comes to the social media platforms. couple yelling at each other In fact, it has been verified that men and women's brains don't work identically and even though the results are usually the same, we take different roads depending on the fact that you are a man or a woman. Emphasis on USUALLY.

And I say emphasis because if you take a look at the infographic below, created by InternetServiceProviders.orgyou will see that in this case, the two genders don't use social media equally.

Actually, according to this infographic, 71% of women in the U.S. use social media site vs 62% of men. Furthermore, almost 130 million Americans are surfing social media networks which is more than the population of Japan. Every month, only 3 minutes are spent on Google+ compared to 405 minutes on Facebook.

Also, you will find on the graphic the major social media platforms where men and women percentages are at their best. Here are the different social networks for each gender:

In the ladies' corner

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Pinterest

In the men's corner

  • Google+
  • LinkedIn
  • YouTube

On the infographic below, you will discover many other fascinating details about the subject. It is always interesting to learn about the battle of the sexes, especially when it concerns social media. After all, it is really true that men are from Mars and women are from Venus!

Social Gender Infographic
Source: Internet Service Providers.org

Photo credit: hang_in_there / Foter.com / CC BY

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