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SOCIAL MEDIA, STATISTICS | November 29, 2009

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Beyond the Stats: 77 percent of Facebook pages have less than 1,000 fans

Beyond the Stats: 77 percent of Facebook pages have less than 1,000 fans

If you follow social media, you probably read the headlines about the numbers of Facebook fans. (November 30th, 2009 Update: On average, Facebook pages have 4, 596 fans). The highlight of the latest survey by Sysomos is that 77 percent of Facebook fan pages have less than 1,000 fans.  I read different theories about why […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA, STATISTICS | November 11, 2009

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Twitter is Most Popular with the 18-44

Twitter is Most Popular with the 18-44

Over the last 9 months in the United States, the percentage of Twitter users doubled in every age group except the 25-34 group. Therefore, the media age of a Twitter user remains stable at 31 years old. The Pew Internet Project’s September 2009 survey data shows that internet users who use social network sites are […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA, STATISTICS | October 19, 2009

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Social Media Changed Our Daily Life

Social Media Changed Our Daily Life

Talking about social media feels so apropos since social media was central to my husband’s birthday party. Yahoo has its Big Idea chair photo shoot. We hosted our Favorite Social Media Couch photo booth. The concept was to hold the pillow(s) of the social media that is more important for us between Twitter, Facebook and […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA, STATISTICS | October 3, 2009

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US Women Are More Present in Social Networking Sites

US Women Are More Present in Social Networking Sites

It is not really a surprising news if you ask me. First of all, I told you about the female Internet in autumn 2008. At the time, I reported that Women’s community was the most visited and fastest growing Internet category, tied with politics according to ComScore Media Metrix’s year-end report. I attributed these statistics to […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA, STATISTICS

March 10, 2009

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Watching your influence with Bit.ly

Watching your influence with Bit.ly

A cool functionality of Bit.ly is that you are able to track the numbers of clicks in real-time. The sad thing is that the statistics only work in real-time. It is supposed to show you the cumulative values but I have been waiting for days now. So I assume totals are not functional yet. Still […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA, STATISTICS

March 3, 2009

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Updated Look at Women and Social Media Presentation: Statistics – part 1 of 3

I talked about the universe of women blogging and social media two weekends ago at PodCamp Toronto 2009. I split my recorded session in four 3 parts (March 10th, 2009 update: the last part was the question period but the sound is not great for the participant questions, so I decided to not publish it). […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA, STATISTICS

December 31, 2008

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UK Housewives Enjoy Being Online

A new study shows that UK housewives spend almost half of their leisure time online. Averages for both genders show that Americans, Canadians and British citizens spent close to 30% of their leisure time online. Another interesting fact is that online acquaintances are perceived by most as real acquaintances. I do that when I talk […]

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SOCIAL MEDIA, STATISTICS

December 18, 2008

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Happiness and Women on the Web Statistics

Note:  Follow-up to the post about Elle France/WIKIO Best Bloggers list. To have been on both the Tech side and now running a women-focus blog, let me tell you that I am happier being a part of the women and moms community. Probably because I do and I write about what I am passionate about. […]

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