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We receive significantly more likes, messages, tags and friend requests from our Facebook friends than we send out ourselves, according to a new Pew Internet report.
In one month, Pew study participants liked other people’s Facebook content an average of 14 times, and had their own Facebook content liked 20 times. They sent nine personal messages, and received 12. Twelve percent of them tagged friends in photos, and 35 percent were themselves tagged in at least one photo. Forty percent made a friend request and 63 percent received one. Every category showed that same pattern.