Twitter Skews Young, LinkedIn Skews Old

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This chart illustrates the age structure of social networks in the United States. 50% of Twitter's unique visitors in October 2013 were younger than 35 years, while two thirds of LinkedIn's users were older than 35. Facebook apparently appeals to people of all ages.


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