The Senior List on Social Media

Are you on Facebook, LinkedIn and/or Twitter?  If not, you might think about joining the social revolution!  The Pew Internet and American Life Project recently published some impressive statistics about social networks and just who’s online today!  Interesting to note that “as of August 2012, 69% of online adults use social networking sites”.  That’s a big number!  Not so surprising is that most of these adults polled choose to interact with Facebook (primarily) followed by the other major social networking sites (see below), and women are more likely to be using social networking sites as compared to men.

As of August 2012 Pew polling noted:The Senior List on Social Media


  • 66% of online adults say they use Facebook
  • 20% of online adults say they use LinkedIn
  • 16% of online adults say they use Twitter
  • 12% of online adults say they use Pinterest
  • 12% of online adults say they use Instagram

The Senior List has a robust following on social media sites and we’d like to invite you to join our online engagement!  You can find us on Facebook at  We post our own articles as well as some of our favorite writers around the country.  In addition to joining The Senior List on Facebook, you’ll find a great networking resource on our LinkedIn group site (aptly named The Senior List).  You can find The Senior List group site on LinkedIn very easily.  Just navigate to “groups” and type in “The Senior List”.  You’ll be joining over 1,600 other aging professionals that love to discuss the issues facing boomers and seniors.

If that wasn’t enough you can find us on Twitter (@SeniorList) and join over 3,600 fellow aging pros and business owners.  We look forward to seeing you back here at The Senior as well as on our social media partner sites.

“What social sites are you using for fun and/or for networking? Let us know in the comments section below!”

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  1. Robert Mitchell says

    You know, I have to tell you, I really enjoy this blog and the insight from everyone who participates. I find it to be refreshing and very informative. I wish there were more blogs like it. Anyway, I felt it was about time I posted.

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