Top o’ the mornin’ to ya, and welcome to part four of our Facebook English Speaking Demographic Series. Yesterday, we dug into the different ways English Speaking Facebookers in the United Kingdom self-identify. Before that, we took in the big picture with Population Graph: Where Are Facebook English Speaking Users?, a comprehensive chart featuring Facebook stats from the top 60 countries that name English as an official language.
Today we’re heading to the Emerald Isle, where, as of May 19th, 2010, there were 1,486,720 English Speaking lads and lasses on Facebook. What do you say we have a look-see at what they’re up to?
Languages Spoken: French, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, German, Arabic, Japanese
While this series revolves around the trends and interests of English speaking Facebook users, comparing the inventory against those who identify with other languages can provide useful insight as well.
Generic vs. Brand Booze
If this comparison teaches us anything, it’s to never underestimate the love of a good beer.
There you have it– no spuffs here, lads and lasses. Be sure to come on back for tomorrow’s installment when we examine our friendly neighbor’s to the north in Canada: Facebook English Speaking Demographics.