Social Behavior Infographic: The Findings May Surprise You

| May 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ever wonder how web users holistically feel about social privacy? How they are influenced to make a purchase or take action through social media? And, what the average “user” looks like by social network? The second of three infographics, brought to you by  iAcquire and SurveyMonkey features social behavior, and will help unveil how people behave on social media.

The infographic, which is found below, uncovers key information on search privacy concerns, social influence, images in search results, social sharing behavior, social preferences by network, and more.

iAcquire Search Behavior Study
iAcquire Search Behavior Study

Here’s a snapshot of the findings:

* Around 75 percent of users object to sharing private search data

* Most users are not influenced by Facebook “Likes” and Google +1s

* Half of all internet users do not care about pictures in search results

* LinkedInis the most popular network for those who are 30 years old or above

* Facebook is NOT the preferred network for those under 30

* Between 2011 and 2012, the average time spent on social networks has increased 37 percent

The study uses information sourced by Experian, Google Analytics, Nielson, MassMailSoftware.com, and Pew Internet.

About Allie Freeland


Allie Gray Freeland is the PR Director at iAcquire, a digital marketing firm based in New York City and Phoenix. Prior to working at iAcquire, Allie worked in marketing communications at Rasmussen College and the Minneapolis Tourist Bureau. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from University of Minnesota and is a frequent guest contributor to business and marketing publications.

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Ever wonder how web users holistically feel about social privacy? How they are influenced to make a purchase or take action through social media? And, what the average “user” looks like by social network? The second of three infographics, brought to you by  iAcquire and SurveyMonkey features social behavior, and will help unveil how people behave on social media.

The infographic, which is found below, uncovers key information on search privacy concerns, social influence, images in search results, social sharing behavior, social preferences by network, and more.

iAcquire Search Behavior Study
iAcquire Search Behavior Study

Here’s a snapshot of the findings:

* Around 75 percent of users object to sharing private search data

* Most users are not influenced by Facebook “Likes” and Google +1s

* Half of all internet users do not care about pictures in search results

* LinkedInis the most popular network for those who are 30 years old or above

* Facebook is NOT the preferred network for those under 30

* Between 2011 and 2012, the average time spent on social networks has increased 37 percent

The study uses information sourced by Experian, Google Analytics, Nielson, MassMailSoftware.com, and Pew Internet.

About Allie Freeland


Allie Gray Freeland is the PR Director at iAcquire, a digital marketing firm based in New York City and Phoenix. Prior to working at iAcquire, Allie worked in marketing communications at Rasmussen College and the Minneapolis Tourist Bureau. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism from University of Minnesota and is a frequent guest contributor to business and marketing publications.