Email is still a key component of digital marketing: 49% of consumers share content online at least once a week, with most of it shared via email (86%) and Facebook (49%), according to a study from Chadwick Martin Bailey and iModerate Research Technologies. Just 4% of surveyed consumers share content via Twitter and 2% do so via LinkedIn.
Among those age 18-24, Facebook (76%) is the most popular way to share online content, followed by email (70%), while 11% of such consumers say they share content via Twitter.
Among consumers age 35 and over, email is the primary vehicle for sharing content online (93%).
Entertainment is the primary reason people share content: 72% of consumers say they share content because it's interesting or entertaining, 58% do so because they think the recipient might value the content, and 58% say they share content to get a laugh.
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