Women dominate 71% of social networking in the U.S.
A field as the Internet, born from men and that was long the exclusive property of this genre, now appears to have lost control in the hands of women, at least in America, stand with 71 control % of all Social Networks available today.
The study conducted by the company Pingdom revealed the figures on population density that have sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, among others, in the United States.
This percentage of dominant females in digital social world further emphasizes the social network of the moment, Pinterest, where no doubt the presence of women is what makes the pulse of publications. Followed Pinterest is Goodreads , a community based on book recommendations. Blogger, Facebook and Tumblr complete the five sites with more women.
Even LinkedIn, despite not being heavily dominated by females, if you are a little ground gained with over 50% attendance.
At the other extreme are the bastions that still control men, led by news sites Slashdot and Hacker News. Within social networks based on friendship, Orkut is the only one where 7 out of 10 users are men.
The study also details the age groups that are highlighted within each social network. In the end we found a predominance of younger users on deviantART and LinkedIn as the older public. In this segment of analysis indicated that globally more than half of the users are between 25 and 44 years old, and only 5% is below the age of 17. Above 65 years only 1% use these social networks.
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