February 20, 2014

The six types of Twitter conversations

Have you ever wondered what a Twitter conversation looks like from 10,000 feet? A new report from the Pew Research Center, in association with the Social Media Research Foundation, provides an aerial view of the social media network. By analyzing many thousands of Twitter conversations, we identified six different conversational archetypes. Our infographic describes each type of conversation network and an explanation of how it is shaped by the topic being discussed and the people driving the conversation.

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Read the full report: Mapping the Twitter Conversation

Topics: Social Media, Social Networking

  1. Photo of Lee Rainie

    is director of internet, science and technology research at Pew Research Center.

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  1. Olwyn L Paschalis-Young5 hours ago

    fascinated by the The six types of Twitter conversations post.
    So true…I see diversity in whom wants me to follow back. If there’s a common thread /interest I’ll connect. Personally I’ve many interests but need to feel comfortable with whom I share.Folks add me to “groups ” without being asked…not always a choice I’d have made had I been asked.
    Again thank you for your insight into we the Twitter twittering…
    Olwyn

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  2. Lina4 months ago

    Could you please update the link for the report as the one provided does not work. Thank you!

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  3. Graham Settree1 year ago

    So was this driving your twitter feed on ABC Q&A last night 2nd from back row.

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  4. ராம்ஜி யாஹூ1 year ago

    correctly said, and in India in Tamilnadu the 1st type only 90% happens, its about AR Rahman Vs Ilayarajaa or Vijay Vs Ajith

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