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The State Of Twitter 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

The State Of Twitter 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that more than 300 billion tweets have been sent since Twitter first opened its doors way back in March, 2006?

What if I told you that five Vines are now tweeted each and every second, that almost two-thirds of brands have multiple Twitter accounts or that a Promoted Trend can cost upwards of $200,000 – for a single day?

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Who Uses Twitter? Young, Affluent, Educated Non-White Males, Suggests Data [STUDY]

Pew Internet have updated their data that shows who is using Twitter and other social media sites. As we noted yesterday, 18 percent of online U.S. adults are now active on Twitter, up a full two percentage points from February of this year, and more than double Twitter’s total user base in November 2010.

But who are these people? According to Pew’s findings, the typical Twitter user is an 18-29 year-old educated minority with a well-paying job, and slightly more likely to be male than female.

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Who Uses Twitter? 16% Of Internet Users, 18-29 Year Olds, Minorities, Men More Than Women [REPORT]

Pew Internet have updated their annual look at who is using Twitter and other social media sites. You may recall that last year 15 percent of online adults were using everybody’s favourite micro-blogging social network, a small rise from 13 percent in 2011.

And in 2013? 16 percent of internet users are active on Twitter, and the service still skews favourably towards black and hispanic users, adults aged 18-29, and folks who live in urban areas.

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