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Battle of the Sexes in Social Media !

When we are looking at the sexes on social media, there are a few places where the battle lines seem well settled. A New York-based agency DigitalFlashNYC has realised an infographic on the different ways in which men and women in the US are using the social medias, using data from numerous sources and surveys.

According to this picture, you will be surprised to learn that women are more dominant on social media as a whole, accounting for 56 percent of all social network users. On the two biggest social networks, Facebook and Twitter, you may be shocked to discover that women are now in the majority on both services, accounting for 58 and 64 percent of users respectively, while men rule the roost on Reddit.

But the social network where women are the largest majority is Pinterest with a massive 82 percent of users. However, men dominate Reddit, Google+,  and LinkedIn, where they account for 84 percent, 71 percent and 63 percent of users respectively

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