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The biggest faces of Social media are not behind in the race from any other business oriented sites. The top revenue generating social networking sites like Facebook and LinkedIn are competing neck to neck for achieving their standardized positions.

Social media is not only for fun and time pass, but also to keep people updated with latest activities which could be either local or global. ‘LinkedIn’ launched its enhanced “Company Page” that allows the user to suggest the company about any possible changes to be made. It is the best way for the LinkedIn users to enhance their business among professionals. In LinkedIn, users get the priority to be open about their views and thoughts. Sr. Managers prefer LinkedIn than any other social networking sites for the B2B (business to business) communication. However the social networking giant Facebook is the biggest territory in terms of users, posts or updates.

If we compare LinkedIn and Facebook, we can find out that many of the user’s are using Facebook for fun, enjoyment and job search. Whereas LinkedIn is adorable among the Intellectuals who want to enhance their business and professional status towards a higher level.

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The below infographic over LinkedIn and Facebook comparison – by “Unbounce” and “bop design” – highlights few interesting aspects and statistics of online networking giants of US market:

  •  Top level executives reply more over LinkedIn for promoting their business.
  • 26% users’ “Like” other users status or content.
  • Facebook is just doubling its performance than LinkedIn in every segment.
  • 93% companies believe that all businesses should have Facebook presence.

 

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