The Big Love Of Big Data

| April 26, 2016

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Yes, another Valentine’s Day is almost upon us and soon our social media communities will be buzzing about the holiday. We all see them. From the friend with the evil conspiracy theories about Hallmark’s influence on the creation of the holiday to the Instagrammer that takes countless pictures of the gigantic diamond he bought his Valentine this year while apparently forgetting to include the hashtag #db, there are all types of Valentiners on social media.Well, social intelligence company SDL has used their social media monitoring tools to identify the top Valentine’s Day personality types and have summarized them in this handy infographic.

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