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New personality types in social media

A new breed of social media personalities A distinct new breed of social media personalities has been born, according to an extensive new study by conversation experts first direct. Which are you? f. The Ultras The Dippers Check feeds dozens of times a day. Happily admit obsession. Access their pages infrequently, often going days,or even weeks, without posting. of Facebook users 14% spend at least two 14% hours a day on the network The Deniers Help! T have no signal! Maintain social media doesn't control their lives, but get anxious when unable to access networks. ..of Facebook users would feel "anxious" 20% or "isolated" if they had to deactivate their accounts The The Lurkers Virgins Hiding in the shadows of cyberspace. Watch what others are saying, but rarely (if ever) participate themselves. Taking first tentative steps in social media. ..of Facebook users 19% 45% described themselves as 'observers' ...of Brits don't use any social networks The Peacocks TWITTER FOR Popularity contest. High numbers of followers, fans, 'likes' and re-tweets essential. TWITTER FOR DUMMIES DUMMIES ...Twitter users One in ten want more 'followers' than their friends. The Ranters The Changelings Meek and mild in face-to-face conversations. Highly opinionated online. Adopt completely new personality online so no-one knows real identity. Rant! Rant! Rage! Rage! Rant! Rage! Rant! The Ghosts Create anonymous profiles, for fear of giving out personal information to strangers. Boo! The Informers COOLEST POSTS Where? ÇOOL POSTS What? COOLISH POSTS Seek kudos by being the first to share the latest 'stuff' with audiences. When? Who? Why? Facebook users say it is important others 'like' or reply to their updates The One in seven Approval Seekers The Quizzers Constantly check feeds and timelines after posting. Fret until people respond. 368 LIKES! Asking questions allows them to start conversations. © first direct 2013. first direct

New personality types in social media

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Research by first direct leads to an improved understanding of the different personality types in social media


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