How Do Men & Women Share Differently Online? [Infographic]

Proust.com, a social media niche for families and close friends to tell their stories and share what really matters, has released an infographic that identifies the patterns in how men and women are sharing differently online.

These days everyone is sharing online, but are we all sharing the in the same ways? Proust.com, a social media niche for families and close friends to tell their stories and share what really matters, asserts that men and women take different paths when it comes to sharing memories online.  They’ve released an infographic that identifies the patterns in how men and women are sharing differently online.

The infographic, He Said She Said, reveals what women most like to dish about, what men like to divulge, and the common ground—what everyone likes talking about—based upon a sample of how men and women behave on their site. On Proust.com people can ask their family and close friends questions on a variety of topics.  The results came from the way that men and women answered these questions.

They explain on the Proust blog, “We crunched the data, looking at the numbers of answers recorded by men vs. women across all of Proust.com’s more than 100 chapters and 1,000 questions.  We got a kick out of the results and thought it would be fun to share them with you.”

According to the infographic, women are much more likely to talk about love songs and partying, men are twice as likely as women to talk about parenthood (surprising!) and everyone loves talking about weddings and their careers.

Check out the infographic below and let us know what you think.  Do your online behaviors seem to fit with those of your sex?  Were you surprised by any of Proust’s findings?

Megan O’Neill is the resident web video enthusiast here at Social Times.  Megan covers everything from the latest viral videos to online video news and tips, and has a passion for bizarre, original and revolutionary content and ideas.