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LinkedIn Clocks In At 29 Million More Active Users Than Twitter [STATS]

LinkedIn Clocks In At 29 Million More Active Users Than Twitter [STATS]

LinkedIn’s third quarter earnings results reveal that the professional networking site has 259 million monthly active users, up from 238 million in the previous quarter, reports Mashable.

That means LinkedIn has at least 29 million more users than Twitter, which has 230 million active users according to its updated S-1, up from 218 million at the end of June 2013.

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The Smartest People Prefer Twitter To LinkedIn And Facebook, Research Shows [STUDY]

When it comes to social networking, a new study has revealed that Twitter users could well be the smartest of them all.

Psychometric testing company Onetest surveyed 2,851 graduates from around Australia, exploring the outcomes (life satisfaction, salary and career progression) of people who had entered the workforce between 2002 and 2011, before cross-referencing this data against their social network of choice.

And the results? While only four percent listed Twitter as their preferred social tool, these respondents had the “highest cognitive abilities” of users across all the main social channels.

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Why Do Investors Prefer LinkedIn To Twitter And Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that some five million affluent investors use social media to research financial decisions, and almost three times as many of those choose LinkedIn over Facebook, Twitter and Google+ combined?

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