Power Users Shall Inherit The Internet [Infographic]

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900 million people are on Facebook and it is one of the most used website every single day, but how effectively are they using it? Could they be classified as power users?

According to a recent study by Pew Internet, a Facebook power user is defined in the infographic below as “extra engaged in one or more activities on the social network… and are essentially invisible drivers of most of the site’s activity.” These activities include comment, tagging friends in photos, sending friend requests, liking something, sending private messages, and posting status updates.

Here is the infographic:

How many core Facebook activities do you use regularly?

[via DemandForce]

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Jeremy Smith

Jeremy Smith is a Christian first, husband and father next, and then a blogger, writer, and social media realist. Besides helping churches Level Up their digital marketing platforms and church tech ministries through the blog and direct consultations, he loves to spend time with his family and serving in the church with infant daycare and marital and pre-marital counseling. He is currently an outpatient clinician at a Colorado Community Behavioral Health Center and previously worked at Youth for Christ/USA as the Social Media Specialist as well as a Youth Ministry Director over the span of more than ten years. He has received his Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary, Masters of Arts in Family Ministry from Winebrenner Theological Seminary, and Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering from Ohio Northern University.

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  1. says

    I used to be a power user…then I got married and had other things to do with my day

    I wonder if google plus has power users…or…any users

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