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Posts Tagged ‘social media gender divide’

Millennial U.S. Men Prize Themselves On Digital Proficiency, Including Social Media [STUDY]

Millennial U.S. Men Prize Themselves On Digital Proficiency, Including Social Media [STUDY]

Much has been said and written (typed?) about millennials’ affinity for technology, specifically social media, but now there’s data that splices that demographic by gender.

Millennial males in the U.S. currently earn more on average and are happier with their careers than their female counterparts, prize digital knowhow and in conjunction define themselves as digitally proficient, reports eMarketer.

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A Virtual Carnival Game: TweetGenie Uses Your Tweets To Guess Your Age And Gender

A newly-developed Dutch program called TweetGenie has adapted the age-old (so to speak) carnival game of guessing a contestant’s height, weight, or birthday to the digital age.

TweetGenie can guess any Twitter user’s age and gender based solely on tweets, without a name or photo.

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Women Use (And Would Miss) Social Media More Than Men, Says Study [INFOGRAPHIC]

The gender divide on social media is pretty well established – study after study has shown that women are far more proactive on channels such as Twitter and Facebook than men, with some reports suggesting that the ‘average’ social media user is a white woman in her thirties.

Now, new data from BT has revealed that women are not only still using social media platforms more than men, but would miss them more if they were taken away.

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