Ever wonder about the differences between Facebook and Twitter? They are by far the two most popular social networking tools but their demographics are very different. Facebook has been around longer and has far more users but Twitter is growing at a faster pace and may someday surpase it. Take a look at this infographic that shows a statictical breakdown of their users.
A couple of figures stand out for me. Firstly, more users update their statuses daily on Twitter which is no suprise since that's the only way to use Twitter essentially. Secondly, more people follow a brand on Facebook but those on Twitter are more likely to purchase something from a brand they follow. Lastley, the demographics of Facebook are fairly even based on age, gender and education where as Twitter seems to be concentrated in the 25-44 age group. Just my thoughts.
Courtesy of DigitalSurgeons.com
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
This is an important week for the Habs with back-to-back games against Conference rivals Philadelphia and Boston. They'll be looking to bounce back after a poor weekend that saw them lose a tight game against Detroit before laying a stinking, hot pile on the ACC ice against the Leafs.
It looks like both Gomez and Spacek will be back in the lineup with Webber heading to the pressbox. This will also be the first game for Max Pacioretty who is the AHL's leading goalscorer. Hopefully he can continue that form
Here are a couple of previews for this weeks games.
Four Habs Fans: Facing The Beast
Habs Addict: Flyers Preview
Habsworld: Flyers Preview
Habs I/O: Mike Boone's Live Blog
Habs Eye On The Prize: A view from the past on How the Habs solved the Broad Street Bullies
Posted by Michael R at 10:57 AM
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Monday, April 17, 2006
We then flew back to london the next day, took it easy at the hotel and flew back to Halifax the day after. It was the best trip I ever took and I highly recommend it to anyone.
Posted by Michael R at 6:04 PM