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Online Americans Still Prefer Facebook

Roughly 8 in 10 online Americans still rely on Facebook as their primary social media platform, showing a 4% increase since past years. In addition, Instragram is on the rise, with 32% of online adults, while Twitter and Pinterest have largely leveled off at 24% and 31% respectively.
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  • Time Wasting? While younger generations are drawn to Twitter and Instagram, Facebook remains the way to share your church’s information with the largest pool of people.
  • Strategy Needed: Content on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook can be repurposed and reshared in different formats, ensuring that you maximize your exposure.
  • Leaders Wanted: Social media needs someone who takes the ball and runs with it. Do you have someone who is taking responsibility for it?
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