For example, there are still people out there who think that Facebook is only for college kids. Or, that you can't do business on LinkedIn. Or, that twitter is a place to report on what you're eating, not what you're doing. Each of these platforms is place where people gather and communicate. When you take the technology away, what you see is relationships connected, or not, by a series of status updates.
From the site:
Numerous social media sites have witnessed explosive growth of their user bases in the last several years, but it’s a known fact that the type of user a site attracts varies greatly. Have you ever wondered which sites attract the most educated of social media users, or those that pull in the highest income?
It's tempting to take numbers and quote them. Interpreting them gives context. Overall, this graphic shows me that:
Facebook, LinkedIn and twitter are all good places to reach the 35-54 market in the $50-74,000 income range.
Women make up the majority of users on Facebook, twitter and MySpace. LinkedIn is split almost evenly between women and men.
LinkedIn leads the way in highest percentage of people with incomes of over $75,000; most members with bachelor degrees or higher and greatest number of members over 35.
Teens hang out on MySpace while Facebook, Twitter and MyShare have almost member equal share.
What do you think? How do use numbers like this in your marketing and PR?
Hat tip to @seegullmedia and Chad for the link.