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Just over half of social media users (53%) have a Twitter account and most (67%) have had it for more than 3 years, according to […]
The survey also probed non-Twitter social media users about why they don’t use the social network for news. People offered a range of answers, with […]
One question some people have about the openness of the web, including social networks, is about navigating information that proves to be false. The survey […]
Most Twitter users (77%) have interacted with a promoted tweet in some way. The largest number, 56%, say they have noticed a promoted tweet, topic […]
While people end up following news in general on Twitter and use the social network “to pass the time,” the immediacy of using the network […]
On Twitter consumers can discover new voices, authors, news providers and take following actions as a result. The survey tried to track those patterns by […]
People using social media as a news source can design their own news agenda — identifying the sources and topics they want to follow. This […]
In general, all three core groups studied — Twitter users, non-Twitter users on social media and social media users overall — consume a good deal […]
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Overview How does Twitter change the way people get news? What kinds of thought leaders, journalists and organizations do people follow on the network? How […]
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