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  • Men like LinkedIn and women prefer Pinterest
  • Men like LinkedIn and women prefer Pinterest
    Joe Martin ©
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Men like LinkedIn and women prefer Pinterest

Is it true that men are from Youtube and women are from Instagram? Nearly 80% of companies use or are planning on getting active on social media, but only 12% actually get it right. Could looking at which gender uses each platform offer more effective results?

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