StatSocial’s Digital Tribes is a new consumer segmentation model with a social psychographic twist. Our unique technology enables us to make sense of the billions of unstructured earned and social web interactions that go on each day — allowing you to dive deep into nearly any audience you can imagine.
Using billions of inputs for over 120 million U.S. consumers, we have segmented naturally occurring populations into 100 distinct Digital Tribes.
This entry is a deeper dive into the tribe we call “No Apples in this Orchard.”
Digital Tribe Summary: No Apples in this Orchard
This tribe skews a bit male, and its members are largely aged 35 and up, and living in the suburbs.
What unites them is their interest in computers, and especially mobile devices, that run on Linux-derived and/or Windows operating systems.
Please Note: The baseline used to calculate all of the statistics shown below is the average American online audience.
DEMOGRAPHICS — No Apples in this Orchard
Of immediate note, over ¼ of this tribe is aged 54 and up. That segment-size exceeds what would be found within the average U.S. audience by 2.09 times.
INTERESTS — No Apples in this Orchard
Above are all concerns we’d expect to see occupying the minds of tech-heads and IT sorts. Over 23% here are interested in Microsoft’s Windows family of operating systems.
INFLUENCERS — No Apples in this Orchard
A number of major tech-biz leaders — founders and CEOs, etc. — reside upon this list.
26-year old Marques Brownlee, tech-reviewing YouTube sensation, is a favorite of a segment of this tribe 6.56 times larger than the U.S. average.
YOUTUBE CHANNELS — No Apples in this Orchard
Linus Tech Tips, the flagship channel of Linus Sebastian — the Canadian creator of a whole family of YouTube tech channels — finds loyal viewers here to a degree exceeding the index by 3.59 times.
WEBSITES — No Apples in this Orchard
This tribe’s most highly indexed interest is web search, and the most over-indexed site here is the Microsoft owned search engine, Bing. Users can be found here to a degree 18.88 times larger than the average.
That said, Google is still a favorite of 32.27% of this tribe.
PERSONALITY TRAITS — No Apples in this Orchard
In psychology, the Big 5 personality traits describe a popularly-employed taxonomy that breaks down human personalities into five, broad, over-arching categories.
IBM Watson™ employs this model, and the five traits that give it its name — Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism — as the umbrella categories under which numerous, more specific personality traits can be found.
Cautiousness, a trait for which this tribe averages in the 65.5th percentile, describes a consumer who does not make purchases impulsively. They do their research and weigh their options.
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