the difference between facebook, myspace and twitter users

Here's some interesting information about users of Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. Max Freiert has compiled some research showing popular sites that users visited, in addition to the social sites. (He calls them "addicts", without any real background on addiction...I believe he actually means "heavy users.")

Max concludes that:
+ MySpace addicts are somewhat vain – focusing heavily on establishing and fine tuning their online personas by customization of their personal profiles
+ Facebook addicts focus more on engagement – interacting with applications, music and people both on and off the platform
+ Twitter addicts are most interested in fostering communication and exploration.

Not sure I completely agree with his conclusions, but regardless - this is some cool information. From Johan Bryggare, via Twitter.

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