Redditors are Mostly Male, Facebookers are Mostly Female, LinkedInites are Rich [Infographic]

Ever wonder about the social media demographics on different social sites, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Digg, Twitter, Digg, StumbleUpon MySpace, Ning and Reddit ? The Infographic below takes a detailed look at who is using which sites. The infographic is created by Flowtown and was generated using data from Google Ad Planner.

The gender distribution on the social networks showed that majority of Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and Ning users are females, where as with Reddit and Digg its the other way round. LinkedIn is the only social network that has almost an equal number of male and female users. Click the image below to see the full infographic.

When it comes to educational level, LinkedIn stands out with a almost half of its users having a bachelors degree or more – hardly surprising for a social network aimed at professionals. Facebook and MySapce on the other hand have a percentage of users having a high school diploma or less. One might be tempted to think that this may be because of a large number of teenage users on Facebook and MySpace. The age distribution chart shows that this is indeed the case with MySpace, but not Facebook. Majority of Facebook’s population is between 25-55 years of age, as is the case with all other social networks.

On the income scale, LinkedIn has the highest number of users earning more than $100,000 per annum. See the complete Infographics below, click on the image for larger version.


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