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Thanks in large part to social media – Twitter in particular – sports fans are increasingly turning to the Internet rather than TV to watch games and other sports content.
According to data from the Sports Media Consumption Report 2013, by Sporting News Media, Kantar Media, and TV Sport markets, 63% of fans went online for sports content, up from 56% just two years ago.
As Twitter has grown exponentially in terms of membership, usage and popularity, it’s increasingly interesting to look at facts and figures surrounding the micro-blogging platform.
So we’ve put together 50 fun facts about Twitter for your reading enjoyment.
Check out our list, below.
Here on AllTwitter we love to share interesting facts and figures about Twitter.
But how about stats about the Twitter basics? The age range of the average tweeter, which gender tweets more, which country has the highest amount of Twitter users?
Below, check out 14 Twitter statistics you may not know, in infographic form.
Back in August, we shared some super informative statistics on the world’s most-active-on-Twitter countries and cities.
No surprise that the U.S., whose 141.8 million accounts represent 27.4% of all Twitter users, is the most active country on Twitter.
But the most twitterific city? It’s a little bit of a curveball.
Digital marketing exec Brian Honigman put together a handy list of 100 Fascinating Social Media Statistics and Figures From 2012 for the Huffington Post.
Obviously, the 20 nuggets of Twitter info were the ones that caught our eye. Take a peek, followed by our commentary:
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