Good evening guys! Here's some graphical entertainment for you. A somewhat funny infographic by . I'm not sure if the title suits it. I'd rather call it the different types of social users (monkeys? :D).
But, it has a good question in it. How effectively are you using your social platforms? or how do you define your social activities?
I'm so fortunate to meet a lot of 'Evangelists' on Google+, to name a few , , , , , etc. without whom my Google+ experience wouldn't be the same. (Add them to your circle if they're not in your circles already).
If you ask me about myself, I'm a combo of 2, 3, 4 and 5. Now tell me about yourself? :-)
Infographic source: http://egomonk.com/evolution-social-media-user/
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