What percentage of your Facebook friends are married? Who lives closest to the North Pole? And who is that person who connects you to more people than anyone else on the social network?
Data drives everything these days, and information is key when it comes to buying, hiring, and understanding just about anything.
Have you ever wanted to dig into your own data? If so, grab a cup of coffee and run a report on yourself at Wolfram Alpha’s website. We’ll have the link online for you, so don’t worry about writing it down.
Wolfram Alpha, is the world’s first and only computational knowledge engine. Huh?
It gathers data, generates reports, and will blow you away with information.
Running a simple report on your Facebook account will show you who you connect with the most, your most followed, liked and shared posts and the time of day people are seeing your posts.
It’ll show you who they are, where they are, who they’re connected to, how many connections they have, where you’ve been, and the most common words you use in updates.
We’re just scratching the surface of this powerful tool, so check it out for yourself.
Running this report will also help you decide how you use Facebook in the future. Perhaps everything in your personal life, shouldn’t actually be shared.
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