T&A: In a blog post at Harvard Business.org, a study into the behavioral patterns of Twitter users based on gender has unveiled some very interesting results.
Based on data collected from a sampling pool of 300,542 users in May 2009, the study reveals that there are more female Twitter users than males (55 versus 45%).
According to the study, this is interesting, considering that on typical online social networks, most of the activity is focused around women (ie. men follow content produced by women they do and do not know, but women generally follow content produced by only women they know). (more…)