What Type of Social Media Personality Are You?

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The Myers-Briggs Indicator tests psychological traits per individual. Turns out, your specific indicators inform how you use social media. Two – thirds of online adults use social media platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

The Myers-Brigg Type Indicator assessment is based on Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types. It looks at how individuals prefer to:

  •  Focus their attention and get energy
  •  Take an information
  •  Make decisions
  •  Deal with the outer world

These four preferences combine to form 16 possible four-letter types. According to Jung, these preferences are innate predispositions that interact with and are shaped by environmental influences.

Do You Have A Facebook Account?

In general, individuals with a preference for Feeling reported spending more time engaging in certain activities on Facebook in their personal time than did individuals with a preference for Thinking.

On the whole, individuals with a preference for Extraversion and/or Feeling reported spending more time engaging in certain activities on Facebook in their work time than did individuals with a preference for Introversion and/or Thinking.

Do You Actively Used LinkedIn?

In general, individuals with a preference for Extraversion reported spending more time engaging in certain activities on LinkedIn during their work time than did Individuals with a preference for Introversion

Do You Have A Twitter Account?

More individuals with a preference for Intuition reported being active users of Twitter than did individuals with a preference for Sensing.

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