On the flipside, women dominate in other social media. A report compiled by Google Ad Planner shows that equal numbers of men and women are now using sites like LinkedIn, DeviantArt and YouTube.
When it comes to Flickr, Facebook, Twitter, FriendFeed, MySpace and Bebo, the women far outnumber men. In fact, there’s only one major holdout for women and the social web and that's the social news site Digg, where 64% of users are reportedly male. (I personally use Digg every day, ladies. It rocks.)
That the Digg population is largely male comes as no real surprise, but what about these other numbers? Are women more social but less confident in their ability to generate content or is there some other explanation?
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