I bumped into this interesting infographic on AllFacebook (original posted on secure.me). It shows the difference in how Europeans and Americans share their personal information on Facebook. Take a look at the infographic:
This infographic should give an interesting insight into the ideals of Facebook users across both regions. Americans seem much more open to their relatioships with other people, friends and family, while Europeans are more open to discuss things like religion and politics – or atleast admit their personal beliefs. In Europe a religiously targeted dating campaign may be more welcome than in the US, for example. Likely, an American may be more likely to click an ad talking about their college rather than a European.
What do you guys take away from this infographic?