Women, men socialize differently online

04/27/2010 | Forbes

Women make up the majority of users on social sites Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Bebo and Flickr, while men have more of a dominant presence on Digg, YouTube and LinkedIn, according to this article. There also is a gender difference in how the social sites are used, with women typically accessing them to connect with others and share information, and men seeing them as places to find information and boost their profiles.

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