Googl+ had the second-highest number of account holders among both men and women, leading Twitter by approximately 10 percentage points for both genders.
Teens with a larger number of Facebook friends also tend to maintain profiles on a wider range of platforms outside of Facebook itself.
Teen girls who are social media users are much more likely than boys to maintain an account on Twitter (31% vs. 21%).
Some 94% of teen social media users say they have a Facebook profile, and 81% say that Facebook is the profile they use most often.
The number of Interbrand 100 brands with an Instagram account has grown to 67 as of May 1st.
Compared to older generations, Gen V listeners have a strong affinity for emerging social networks such as Tumblr and Snapchat, and are less drawn to Facebook.
One-third of respondents said they used LinkedIn only for business purposes, compared with 2% of Facebook users and 3% of respondents on Twitter.
83% of radio listeners in the US have a profile on a social networking site.
22% of respondents to TripAdvisor’s survey said they found Google+ to be the most useful social network for travel planning.
40% of respondents that had used social media sites to research and plan their last trip looked to Google+, making it the second most popular social network after Facebook for travel research.