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Brazil: social networking world champions

Comunica Geral [pt] reports that a Unisys-led study has shown Brazilians beat the rest of the world in social networking. 19% of Brazilians said they access social networking websites at least once a day for work-related reasons, compared to 3% of Americans, 7% of Europeans and 5% of respondents from Australia and New Zealand. 20% use Twitter for business and personal means, while in the US, Europe and Australasia this figure is just 3%.

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  • […] Social networking sites such as Orkut and, to a lesser extent, Facebook, also remain wildly popular. Thiana Biondo contributed to this post. By Marta Cooper · Posted 26 November 2010 […]

  • […] Lula è sembrato convinto del potere della partecipazione attiva dei cittadini attraverso i social media, e ha promesso di scrivere blog e tweet in futuro. Il Brasile è al secondo posto mondiale per numero di utenti di Twitter, superato solo dagli Stati Uniti, e i frequentatori di Internet sono tra i 67 e i 73 milioni. ocial network, piattaforme come Orkut e,in misura minore, Facebook, restano comunque popolari. […]

  • […] 73. Tovuti za kijamii kama vile Orkut na kwa kiwango cha chini , Facebook, pia bado zinaendelea kupata umaarufu mkubwa. Thiana Biondo alichangia kuandika makala hii. na Marta Cooper · Imetafsiriwa na j […]

  • […] Lula semble convaincu du potentiel d’un engagement avec les citoyens par le biais des médias sociaux, et a promis de bloguer et de tweeter dans un futur proche. Le Brésil se situe au deuxième rang en nombre d’utilisateurs de Twitter dans le monde derrière les États-Unis, et le nombre de ses internautes oscille entre 67 et 73 millions. Les sites des réseaux sociaux tels que la plateforme Orkut et, dans une moindre mesure, Facebook, restent aussi très populaires. […]

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