‘The Social Side Of The Internet’: Web Users More Likely To Volunteer, Study Shows

Internet users are more social than ever, according to a new study, which also shows that online socializing connects to real-life volunteering.With the rising popularity of social networking websites and smart phones, Americans are using te…

Internet users are more social than ever, according to a new study, which also shows that online socializing connects to real-life volunteering.

With the rising popularity of social networking websites and smart phones, Americans are using technology to get involved in their communities.

In their recent report, “The Social Side of the Internet,” the Pew Internet & American Life Project finds that Internet users — especially social media users — are more likely to belong to volunteer groups than people who haven’t embraced technology.

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