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Infographic: Architects on Twitter

Infographic: Architects on Twitter
© Pauley Creative
© Pauley Creative

Architects on Twitter?

With more than 40,000 followers, our Twitter account @ArchDaily has become a great channel to connect with our readers. Through this channel we’ve been able to see the progress of your buildings, know about the competitions/awards you win, share links, ideas, knowledge, and much more. And Architects on Twitter are constantly finding new creative ways to use the platform, as a collaboration and marketing tool.

UK digital marketing agency Pauley Creative conducted a survey among british architects using Twitter, and put all the info together on this nice infographic. Some of their findings:

  • 65% of Architects surveyed had been using Twitter for over a year
  • The majority of Architects use Twitter to keep up with the latest industry news (86%) and network with industry peers (79%)
  • When asked ‘Who do you follow?’ most selected Other Architects (82%), Practices (77%) and Publications (75%)
  • 95% of Architects do find Twitter useful, primarily for the reason that it’s quick and easy to share information and keep up with the latest news
  • 99% of Architects surveyed stated that they would provide a recommendation if asked

Are you using Twitter? Are you following @ArchDaily? How are you using Twitter? Who do you recommend to follow?

Share your experience on the comments below, or Tweet it with hashtag #ArchOnTwitter.

See the full infographic below:

© Pauley Creative
© Pauley Creative
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Cite: David Basulto. "Infographic: Architects on Twitter" 11 Jul 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/149437/infographic-architects-on-twitter/> ISSN 0719-8884
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