This is a discussion on MBTI and Social Media within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by Extraverted Delusion You can always link your MBTI results and watch the managers swoon and roll out ...
What I really be interested in is why the intuitives or sensors chose to join or not join certain social media. I wonder about the low numbers on the ISxx types specifically. I'd be a fairly early adopter of FB, but was never all that interested in it. It ended up being the most convenient way to communicate or keep track of a few people I knew, and that's about it. I prefer forums like this based around interests though. I wonder what the stats on the number of Ns and Ss that join forums to discuss special interests or hobbies vs just general social media like FB/Twitter would look like.
Whats the type most likely to be keen on Pokémon? Just interested :33 btw Im on Twitter but I forgot the password (thank god). But Im really into YouTube. Im not on Facebook, Im not that socially brave...
You made me think, though. We all probably like Pokémon in different ways and for different reasons.
I really like escaping into a new world, full of different creatures. I enjoy the sensation of going on an adventure. I end up really connecting to my own Pokémon. I also loved reading the manga (not hating on the anime, but the manga is a million times better!!!). And I like looking at fanart online.
My ENTP friend got me more focused on strategies, though. Very interesting!
(Also: I got into Pokémon when I was 10, then stopped maybe when I was 12? I would casually pick up a game every once in a while, but I didn't follow the new generations. Then about two or three years ago - I'm 23 now - I got back into it full force!)
ENFP here- very attracted to Facebook, in no way attracted to LinkedIn or Twitter.
Wow so my/our type is the most unlikely to use Facebook and its not even close. Even though I am not too fond of the site, I could never see myself off of it, I think I live on FB. I wonder if this matters with age, ie did Facebook exist during your teenage, young adult years and how that affects your usage of FB.