U.S. Lags in Social Media Creation, per Survey

A new global study of social media use reveals that
the U.S. severely lags behind Asian and South American countries in
participation rates.

Consumers in the U.S. and Western Europe are more likely to be
passive social-media participants — sharing videos and reading
blogs — while those in emerging markets often create content
through blogging, social networks and video and photo sharing
sites.

Link: U.S. Lags in Social Media Creation, per Survey.

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