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52% Use Two or More Social Networks (And Six in 10 Have Unfollowed Brands) [STUDY]

52% Use Two or More Social Networks (And Six in 10 Have Unfollowed Brands) [STUDY]

More than half of U.S. adults are active on two or more social networks, favouring different platforms for different interests, reveals a new study.

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Four Reasons To Not Put All Your Social Media Eggs In One Basket

Maintaining an active presence on multiple social media networks can be time-consuming, and even stressful.

We’re partial to the mobile-friendly connective prowess of Twitter, but there’s indisputably huge value in all the big players: Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, GooglePlus.

Each one serves different purposes and is more effective at certain things. Each one has different impact and influence in different areas.

And that’s exactly why it’s a mistake to put all your social media eggs in one basket – a.k.a choose just one network to be active on. Here’s why.

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Social Media Explained (With Donuts)

As social media has rapidly integrated itself into our everyday personal and professional lives, the seemingly overnight growth in the number of platforms, billions of users and sheer, mind-blowing content volume can be both overwhelming and confusing, especially for newcomers.

I mean, what’s the difference between Twitter and Facebook? Isn’t Instagram the same as Pinterest? Who exactly is using Google+?

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