Facebook Demographics

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Facebook Demographics

Post by edfrank » Fri Jul 08, 2011 4:08 pm

ENTS,

One of the features of the NTS Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Native-Tr ... 2616107768 is a minimal amount of usage information. Here is a chart that shows the demographics of the membership of the page:
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I am not sure of which members are from some of the countries outside of the United States, short of going through the list one person at a time and viewing their profiles, but I thought this was interesting. Also presented in graph form are the age and sex distributions of the people who have liked the page.

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Re: Facebook Demographics

Post by mdvaden » Fri Jul 08, 2011 7:48 pm

The only Facebook page or profile I really use nowadays, is my Redwood Forest one.

Very few people follow it - like 185 maybe. But I noticed this week that nearly twice as many women "Like" the page, than do men.
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Re: Facebook Demographics

Post by edfrank » Fri Jul 08, 2011 8:10 pm

Mario,

There had been 348 members on the "Native Tree Society Group" in late May when I decided it would be better to switch it to a "Page" rather than the new format group. Since that time 159 people have rejoined by "liking" the NTS Page. The number will creep up over time as people add it.

Ed
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