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Skechers Social Media Profiles
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Example Social Media Campaigns
Who uses social media?
U.S. Census: Computer & Internet Use
Tables and publications about computer usage and Internet access.
Pew Center: Social Media Usage 2005-2015
The figures reported here are for social media usage among all adults, not just among those Americans who are internet users. In many previous Pew Research reports, the share of social media users has been reported as the proportion of internet users who had adopted such sites, rather than the full adult population, which continues to include a relatively small share (currently 15%) who still remain offline.
Pew Center: Social Media Update 2014
A new survey from Pew Research Center's Internet Project asks adults what social media platforms they use, how often they use social media, and more.
Pew Center: Coming and Going on Facebook
Survey of Facebook users asks users how often they voluntarily leave Facebook.
Pew Center: Photos and Videos as Social Currency
46% of internet users post original photos and videos online they have created themselves and 41% curate photos and videos they find elsewhere on the internet and post on image-sharing sites. Women are more likely than men to use Pinterest, while Instagram and Tumblr attract equal shares of men and women.
Pew Center: Demographics of Social Media Users
A 2012 survey that examines which social media sites are favored by men, women, teens, seniors, and more.
In addition to these resources, keep in mind that you can often find statistics on more specific topics in academic articles and other studies, as well as in news articles and online.
Website from the US Census Bureau which allows for easier access to data from the census. Locate aggregated statistical information on people, housing, and businesses.
Created by the University of Michigan, allows you to view demographic trends based on 2000 Census data. The site uses colorful maps and charts to depict nationwide and state based statistical information.