Social Network Face-Off: Take A Survey

Please take this survey on social network services. It is short and easy.

Over the weekend, I innocently posted the following on Facebook:

Does anyone really use Twitter anymore? Why?

I should have known it would happen, but that question touched off a long comment trail that included lots of friends and colleagues. There was lots of food for thought.

That got me thinking it would be useful to do a blog post about how people are using various social networking services (Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn).

As an early adopter, I think about that question pretty often, and I have noticed my own Twitter usage change over the last twelve months. In fact, just a year ago, I said that Twitter is my main network — now it’s Facebook. (That is what prompted my question.)

So, I am planning a blog post on this subject. I am asking for your help. Please take this brief survey. I promise it has fun questions and is painless. You can do it in ten minutes or so.

Got that? Take the survey at this link.

Published by

Brad Rourke

Executive editor of issue guides and program officer at the Kettering Foundation.

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