You’re interested in using social media in order to gain new consumers and build a brand community, but you are not sure which platforms to focus on.
Take a look at your target market and see which social media platform demographics the client base most fits into. You should focus on two.
Facebook – Evenly split between males and females, 18-29 years old, nearly 75% of users have had at least some college education
Twitter – African-Americans, 18-29 years old, urban residents, more males than females
Instagram – Hispanics, African-Americans, 68% female, 18-29 year olds
Pinterest – 80% female, whites, middle to higher income, some level of college education or higher, One-fifth of US adults use Pinterest
LinkedIn – Highly educated, high-income, white collar class, 49% over 45 years old, 90% of LinkedIn users make household decisions
Google+ – More than 32% of Google+ searchers have a household income of $100K or greater, skews 18-24 year olds, 63% of users are male
Flickr – About 55% female users, most evenly distributed age range of users as compared to other social media websites
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